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Rich Bitch: A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together...Finally Hardcover – February 24, 2015
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your overall health. Let Nicole be the doctor for your financial health
and you will feel better in more ways than you'd think."
-DR. MEHMET OZ, HOST OF THE DR. OZ SHOW
AND LISA OZ, HOST OF THE LISA OZ SHOW
"Rich Bitch should be mandatory reading for every young professional
woman who wants to take control of her financial destiny. Lapin provides
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-MINDY GROSSMAN, CEO OF HSN
"Nicole's advice is a swift kick in the pants to the young, ambitious, upstart
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-WENDY WILLIAMS, HOST OF THE WENDY WILLIAMS SHOW
"Rich Bitch is the manual for a new generation of women who want
both job stability and financial peace of mind."
-STACY LONDON, AUTHOR, HOST OF TLC'S WHAT NOT TO WEAR
"Whether you want to take over the world or just balance your checkbook,
Nicole gives you the tools to save, spend and succeed."
-RANDI ZUCKERBERG, TECHNOLOGY EXPERT
"Nicole brings to life-in a highly readable way-the real pitfalls and
solutions of financial life in a more complex world."
-NIGEL TRAVIS, CEO OF DUNKIN' BRANDS
"A financial diet is like a regular diet: if you allow yourself small indulgences,
you won't binge later on. Nicole offers you a plan you can stick to."
-SANJAY GUPTA, CHIEF MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT, CNN
"I wish I had Nicole's book when I was starting my business. She makes
business and finance feel accessible but does it in a sassy, humorous way.
It's a must-have for any budding entrepreneur."
-KRISTI YAMAGUCHI, OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST,
FOUNDER OF CLOTHING LINE TSU.YA
"You don't need Google search to understand Nicole's advice.
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Top Customer Reviews
"So you picked up a book about money. You? Yes, you! Well, you didn't pick up just any book. You picked up the first finance book that...swears! And is written in plain English! Yes, it's true. This. Is. Happening."
Personally, I love the irreverent tone (mostly), and I'm not at all offended by swearing typically. It did take me a while to get used to being referred to as a "b!tch," but I got over that eventually. I didn't exactly love the implications that I'm on the lookout for a "Rich Dude," but I think that's meant to be humorous. If you're more touchy about cursing or subtle gender stereotyping, then steer clear of this book.
The target audience for this book includes women (though, the advice applies to men too) in their late 20s and 30s (and maybe even early 40s) who don't have a whole lot of money/investment experience and who also don't have complicated investment portfolios. If a glossary that includes the terms 401(k), AGI, Home Equity Loan, and Index Fund would be useful for you, then this book is right for your level of financial literacy. If you're already deep into more complicated investments, then this book has nothing to teach you.
By the way, the subtitle of this book (A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together...Finally) is a little misleading. One of the steps, for example, is paying down debt. That's often easier said than done. Another step is "put your career in overdrive." Again, getting and maintaining a financially rewarding career is way more complicated than checking off one "step" of a "12-step plan.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent easy to read material for any gender wanting to control their own finances.
Fear math? It's ok. Fear taxes? It's ok! Read the book. It's not Calculus. Read more
Good read, i wouldnt take everything as bible, but i think it was a good starting point and a good getting started guide. Also, its totally dependent on your situation. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Emily
Really motivating for a 22-year-old who struggles with literally every single thing Nicole went through. Read morePublished 14 days ago
There is definitely some valuable information in this book, especially concerning savings accounts and investing. Read morePublished 18 days ago by saidseven
Fabulous book with great attitude. The information creates the perfect foundation of knowledge.Published 24 days ago by SL Sandlin
Personal stories, humor, and great step by step advice, this book was great. Its the "Dave Ramsey" for practical modern females. Read morePublished 1 month ago by hanna
My best friend told me about this book and I loved it! Our new goal is to become rich bitches together :)Published 1 month ago by Pen Name