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In Your Money Life: The “Make-It-Work” Workbook, Ruth Hayden makes the sometimes murky money world accessible. She cuts out all the confusing terms and complicated strategies—and cuts to the chase. In this lively little book that is part pencil-pushing and part fiscal therapy, she gives you all you need to know to get going on your way to wealth. (This book is available at this Web site exclusively.)

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If you think your retirement is magically going to be a perpetual, worry-free vacation after age 65, well, think again-and read this book. Start Where You Are is Ruth Hayden at her best, presenting a get-real guide to planning retirement. She doesn't beat around the bush as she inspires you to take responsibility, create a balanced vision, and carry out a realistic plan for achieving the money life you want. No matter where you are in your lifetime-whether you have been planning for your golden years or haven't given them a second thought-this easy-to-follow guide by this nationally recognized financial educator and author will show you why it's never too late to start.

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One of the best ways to build intimacy in your relationship is to build a money life together. Why? Because when there is harmony in your money life, you and your partner are going shoulder-to-shoulder to build security, safety, and trust. For Richer, Not Poorer: The Money Book for Couples honors that kind of partnership. This book teaches you and the one you love to overcome the money challenges that affect most relationships and become a self-empowered team that has their money life together.

 

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Why do I spend more than I have?

Why is it easier to take care of others' needs rather than my own?

Why do my partner and I argue so much about money?

Why can't I ever seem to get ahead?

Why is money so hard?

Do any of these statements sound familiar? If they do, you, like many other women, may feel that your money life is going in the wrong direction. But Ruth Hayden changes that with How To Turn Your Money Life Around: The Money Book for Women. In this book, she teaches what many women were never taught: useful and positive money beliefs and skills. This step-by-step guide to financial health is so right on target that it will help any woman learn the money skills essential to achieving financial freedom.

 

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