*Newly released 2nd edition with a foreword by Paula Pant of Afford Anything*
Adulting is hard, especially when it comes to money management… but it doesn’t have to be.
What if one book could dramatically change the way you think about money? What if you could finally do the things you know you should be doing but haven’t yet, like creating a budget, paying down debt, and investing in the stock market? What if you could finally learn about finance without your eyes glazing over?
In “Money Honey: A Simple 7-Step Guide for Getting Your Financial $hit Together,” bestselling author and former financial advisor Rachel Richards achieves the impossible by bringing humor and sass to the dreaded subject of personal finance. An avid investor and business owner, Rachel talks straight about how to attain financial freedom.
You’ll find no shortage of valuable nuggets in this tough-love guide that will teach you how to:
-Double your income and halve your expenses
-Consolidate your student loans and lower your interest rate
-Get a bombproof credit score
-Open a brokerage account and make a trade so that you can start investing in the stock market
-Allocate your money between debt payoff, short-term savings, and retirement
…and lots more!
You will also learn:
-Rachel’s 7-step process for getting your financial $hit together
-The 4-Bucket Savings Strategy that will help you personalize your goals
-The answers to 11 of the most commonly-asked finance questions
-The 4 Golden Rules for Investing so you can confidently make money in the stock market
If you’re ready to whip your finances into shape and have fun while doing so, this book is for you.
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At the age of 27, Rachel Richards quit her job and retired, living off $15,000 per month in passive income. Rachel is the bestselling author of “Money Honey” and “Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement.” She is a former financial advisor and a real estate investor with almost 40 rental units. By making the topic of money management fun, entertaining, and simple, Rachel has helped thousands of millennials work their way out of financial despair.