No More Practice Education are proud to announce the launch of Vanessa Stoykov’s debut novel, The Breakfast Club for 40-Somethings.
The advice industry is plagued by perceptions of high cost and low value. There is a disconnect between Australians’ dreams of financial freedom and their perception that financial advisers could help get them there.
In times like these, something is needed to bridge the gap between perception and reality. The role of this bridge is something No More Practice Education founder, Vanessa Stoykov, has been doing for 19 years and her debut novel is her next step towards the goal of making the pension irrelevant.
The Breakfast Club for 40-Somethings is a fable centred around what people are doing wrong with money.
The novel follows the story of six former schoolmates and their interactions at a school reunion. With a financial adviser amongst their number, the characters go on a journey where their financial dilemmas are brought to the surface and the value of advice is highlighted.
The Breakfast Club for 40-Somethings will be available to all good bookstores from May 1st. As part of our valued community, you can pre-order your copy here.