excellent tool for money management
Being in debt is not a money problem, its an attitude problem.Realizing that is a woman's first step to financial independence. This is the story of a long journey back from the brink of financial disaster explaining how to avoid the hidden dangers of credit cards, and shows you how its never too late to turn bad financial habits around.
A lot of good ideas for money management!
I don't normally review books, but this one I felt I had to.
This book is kind of a joke. It SHOULD be listed under religious books as well as women/financial category, because it seems everything this woman says in regards to money management has something to do with God.
This book is really intended for the older woman who grew up with the "men handle money" and "my husband will take care of everything" ideal of yesteryear. Women are not raised like that anymore, so this book is kind of pointless in that matter.
So if you're a woman looking for a book about money management, skip this one. Yes, it has a few tips and tricks that could be handy, but there are better books out there written by better qualified women that reach a broader audience and have more information than this one.
Library copy in good shape but covered with contact paper