Review A Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance
by NANETTE JOEY BEECH
“Relevant,” “timely,” and “easy-pickings” are the best three words that describe Beech’s A Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance. Joey Beech gives her side of managing finances by sharing her personal stories that enable readers to connect. The rudiments of money management complemented by practical insights make this reading enjoyable and meaningful.
What makes this book more interesting to read is the way Beech is able to give clear examples and everyday situations to emphasize finance management strategies. Her light takes on presenting life-changing money habits that make this reading appealing to many readers.
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About the Author
Nanette Joey Beech studied at the University of Minnesota with a business education degree and has been in the financial service for 25 years.
Table of Contents
The book has twenty-two chapters divided into four sections. The contents include:
Section 1: Money Isn’t everything
Chapter 1: Why Money Matters
Chapter 2: What Money Is and What It Isn’t
Chapter 3: The Math is Simple!
Section 2: Keeping What You Earn
Chapter 4: Pay Yourself First
Chapter 5: Understanding Your Paycheck
Chapter 6: Credit – Know the Score
Chapter 7: Where to Keep Your Money
Chapter 8: Budget to Know Where You Are
Chapter 9: Shop Smart
Chapter 10: Asset versus Liabilities
Chapter 11: Big Buys
Chapter 12: Dealing with Debt
Chapter 13: Insure for a Good Night’s Sleep
Section 3: Make Your Money Grow
Chapter 14: The Magic of Saving and Investing
Chapter 15: Understand Your Retirement Accounts
Chapter 16: Investing Terms You Need To Know
Chapter 17: How Much Is Enough?
Chapter 18: Don’t Let Fear Sidetrack You
Chapter 19: What’s It To You
Section 4: Tidbits and Resources
Chapter 20: Time is Money, Spend it Wisely
Chapter 21: Wisdom of Ages
Chapter 22: Tools and Resources
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