In case you missed it earlier this week we published a two-part Q&A with Peter Lazaroff (@peterlazaroff) author of the new book: Making Money Simple: The Complete Guide to Getting Your Financial House in Order and Keeping It That Way Forever. Peter is the co-CIO of Plancorp and BrightPlan. and also writes regularly on all things personal finance at his blog.

So before we go any farther check out part one and part two of our discussion. Peter was kind enough to offer up two copies of his new book to loyal Abnormal Returns readers. So if you want a copy of Making Money Simple here is what you need to do to enter:

  1. If you win a copy of the book you promise to write a review of the book on Amazon;
  2. You must have a valid US postal address;
  3. Send us an e-mail to: newsletter–at– with “Making Money Simple” in Subject line.

That’s it. Winners will be selected at random. Entries are due by Noon (Eastern) on Sunday, May 12th. Thanks for playing and good luck!

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