Talk Money to Me by Kelley Keehn (104)

This is a book about how to save well, spend some, and feel good about our money. It is a book that is a must-read for all Canadians.

This book is especially timely because there is so much financial turmoil right now in our country. People are being laid off, and there are others who are fighting for even a bit of a raise. It is a difficult time indeed, where saving money has pretty much gone by the wayside.

No matter what your age, salary, or social or relationship status, money is an important part of your life. So, why doesn’t anyone want to talk about money?

In this handy guide, Kelley Keehn answers our most burning questions about money so that we can gain control over our debt, learn to save for our future, have a life, and feel good about our money all at the same time.¬† And we don’t need a budget to do any of what she recommends.

In this book, you will learn how to:

  • Build good credit (and get rid of bad credit)
  • Decode those dreaded acronyms and learn how they can work for you
  • Talk about money with your partner and everyone else in your life
  • Save for a mortgage, and then work towards being mortgage-free
  • Splurge once in a while and still save money
  • Invest in your future

In this book, Kelley exposes the most common money pitfalls and how to avoid them so that you can make financial decisions that are right for you and still have fund along the way!

I loved this book and will be recommending it to a lot of my friends.

 

 

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