Friday, August 8, 2014
I do not have any debt and consider myself pretty savvy about financial matters. I am in my mid-40's and have spent a considerable time reading about budgets and financial planning,etc. I was so impressed with this book that it kind of took me by surprise. I learned a few new things from Mary Hunt and I am very thankful for this excellent and sound resource.
I will be recommending this book to many people as a sound way to budget and manage a plan that will keep you safe from financial disaster. If you are looking for a place to start in terms of learning about how to view your money and resources then this is a SOLID book to start with. This is an especially helpful book for those folks that had no financial training growing up. This book is up-to-date with great resources and it is a very encouraging read. It is not an overwhelming book by any means and it will ease you into thinking about managing your money.
Mary Hunt makes so many excellent points about money that I hardly know where to begin in terms of laying out the wisdom of her plan. From learning to enjoy the things that you have budgeted for to remembering to plan for yearly expenses so that they don't catch you by surprise to finding peace in knowing where your money is going from day-to-day. Just an excellent, excellent book.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Revell.
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