Black Card Books is proud to announce the release of financial educator and author Gee Isa-al’s new book Home At Last! – How Migrant Workers Can Retire Rich And Worry Free! It is with this book that the author plans to give back to the community and support the poor elderly and street children.
As a migrant worker, providing for your family and ensuring that you have earned and saved enough for their future is at the top of your priorities. You are sacrificing time for your loved ones, and sometimes you think if this is worth enough. Gee’s book will help you on how to have a proper exit plan and build your financial foundation right and strong.
Home At Last! is a powerful resource that will guide you on how to be reunited with your family and home country as an entrepreneur and investor. This book will help you go back home for good – financially free. For more information about Gee’s book, please visit her website at www.geeisaal.net.
“Are you an OFW? You must read this book. Your financial future depends on it.” says Bo Sanchez, bestselling author of 8 Secrets of the Truly Rich. Rex Ma. A. Mendoza, founder of Rampver Strategic Advisers also shares, “This is personal finance from someone who totally understands and appreciates the adventures of Filipinos in foreign lands, who share hopes and dreams for a better life. Gee has a unique point of view—she walked the path and has the authority to write about what truly works. This book is a must for all who desire genuine financial stability and prosperity after years of toils and sacrifice.”
“Family is important and in ensuring that you can give them the best that life can offer, you need to start thinking and working on how you can build a strong financial foundation ,” says Gerald Robert, publisher of Black Card Books. “No employee can become rich by being an employee alone – he needs to be smart and become financially literate. Investing and building businesses can ensure your family’s bright future.”
Gee has chosen to support Anawim Lay Missions and He Cares Foundation with her book by donating a portion of proceeds from book sales at her gala launch celebration. The community is invited to attend this celebration on Saturday, August 13th, and take part on this special event to show support in the effort of uplifting the lives of the poor elderly and street children.
Book Launch Gala and Fundraiser:
Date: Saturday, August 13th
Location: The Colonial @ Scotts, 31 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228243
Time: 4PM – 6 PM – Registration starts at 3:30 PM
About Gee Isa-al (www.geeisaal.net)
Geraldine Isa-al or Gee as she is widely known discovered that writing the journey of being an overseas worker and financial educator is a way to raise awareness about personal finance to her fellow migrant workers.
After getting an Accountancy Degree in Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, she worked in a fire protection company in the Philippines and then joined an accounting firm in Singapore. But she always knew that working abroad is just temporary and does not guarantee financial stability.
Gee lives and works in Singapore but is advocating personal financial literacy. Aside from giving talks on how to be a good steward of God’s wealth, she is also active serving in a catholic charismatic community called Light of Jesus Community Singapore.
About Black Card Books (www.blackcardbooks.com)
Black Card Books is a revolutionary publishing firm unlike any other in the industry. We combine decades of experience in the publishing business with the latest strategies to offer our customers unrivaled publishing services. We’ve published over 300 authors in the last 25 years who have been featured in publications from the Wall Street Journal to Time Magazine. We provide full publishing services and seminars that teach new and experienced authors how to get their book out, written, and published.