Deliver Your News to the World

New Ebook Teaches How to Quit Job and Remain Financially Secure At Same Time


Shannon Tani, a former ESL preschool teacher, and her husband, a former factory worker, quickly and effortlessly saved enough money for the couple to quit their jobs and start a business. Ms. Tani shares the exact steps that they took to achieve these goals in the new Ebook Save to Quit.

Honolulu, Hawaii, January 8, 2008 In March of 2007, Shannon and Katsufumi Tani quit their jobs, moved from Japan to Hawaii, and started their own business. They were able to do this because they had saved enough money to support themselves while the business got off the ground. Now, Ms. Tani has released the Ebook Save to Quit. This Ebook details their journey and shows people how to quit your job and stay financially secure.

I felt so blessed to be able to do this, says Ms. Tani. I wanted to share this information so that other people could do the same thing. Its something that anyone can do.

The couple followed an aggressive savings plan that allowed them to quit their jobs in less than two years.

Save to Quit tells the Tanis story, shows how to determine the amount of money that youll need to save to quit your job, and gives practical advice on how to save a lot of money quickly. It comes with a bonus Ebook -- 500 Ways to Save Money -- that can help you to save even faster.

About Shannon Tani
Shannon Tani is a former ESL preschool teacher. She is the author of the Ebooks Save to Quit and 500 Ways to Save Money. She also maintains the Save to Quit blog at . She currently lives with her husband in Hawaii.

Shannon Tani
Honolulu, HI


 save money
 save to quit
 save money to quit job
 quit my job
 quit job

This news content may be integrated into any legitimate news gathering and publishing effort. Linking is permitted.

News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.