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Product Details

  • Paperback: 132 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 12, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1453757228
  • ISBN-13: 978-1453757222
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 7.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,945 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, is a passionate teacher of FUN, financial empowerment. She started her own financial consulting company called, CLD Financial Life LLC. CLD Financial Life was created to help others master their money. Her book, The One Week Budget, shows readers how to make frugal, FABULOUS and teaches them how to do more with less. She can be reached via email at thebudgetnista@gmail.com and her site, thebudgetnista.biz.

More About the Author

My name is Tiffany Aliche and I specialize in teaching fun, financial literacy through my company, The Budgetnista.

The Budgetnista started because I was always good at managing my money (at age 21 I saved over $10,000 in one year while only making $12/hr, I also bought a home at age 26 with $40k that I saved in two years while making $35k as a teacher, and just recently I've traveled to 14 different counties in the last 2 years for under $6000. This figure includes all airfare, transportation, all accommodations, food, entertainment, tours, gifts, EVERYTHING!

With the help of my money management philosophy and system (detailed in my book, The One Week Budget), I have been able to Live Richer (purposefully and passionately pursue my ideal life).

My LIVE RICHER life has allowed me to...

- quit my job
- grow a profitable business
- launch a book and corresponding ebook for Kindle (The One Week
Budget)
- facilitate my financial literacy game for kids (REAL LIFE: a game of
choices) for numerous schools
- facilitate over 60 different workshops, seminars and classes
- Be featured on News 12 New Jersey, It's Your Money Show (my 1st time
on TV!).
- Be featured in over 30 blogs, magazines, newspapers and other media
outlets
- Become a financial literacy curriculum developer
- Successfully serve over 40 different clients including, fortune 500
companies, small business, schools, nonprofits, colleges, churches,
associations and community groups
- Became a full-time entrepreneur all in a span of 2 years!

REMEMBER: Ultimately financial empowerment gives the owner freedom. Freedom to choose the type of life they'd like to live through experiences.

Money itself is not what is so important. It's just a tool. What is important is what you want build with that tool. I teach people how to use that tool to make their lives better. Let me teach YOU!

Live richer,

Tiffany aka The Budgetnista


Customer Reviews

Very easy to read and understand.
Nancy F.
This book is for anyone who needs to make a life style change financially.
Cheryl Larkin
Just finished reading this book...wow!
Drtony

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Oleg Medvedkov TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 20, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
My philosophy is to make a fortune, not save a fortune. That said, I don't want to waste money either, While reading "The One Week Budget: Learn to Create Your Money Management System in 7 Days or Less!" I decided to examine more closely where my money go. I found that I can save about $400 a month. I kid you not. It will take some doing and in some cases getting used to but it's worth the effort.

Besides inspiring me to save some money and providing me with tips on how to do it, the book also debunked some of my preconceptions. Consolidating credit cards, for example. I had no idea what was involved! Now I know.

Subject of the book - How to properly budget your finances through simple system of cutting expenses and maximizing savings via setting financial goals, using automation to pay bills, and making sure you have effective financial goals.

Audience - Younger People. 'Young, Fabulous and Broke' . Though the methods in the book will work for almost everyone.

Style - Clear, Engaging, Witty.

Difficulty Level - Easy. Author worked as a teacher so she is good at explaining the subject matter. Plus it does not take long to learn how to use Excel :)

Highly Recommended. Consider this book an investment.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Gospel Chick on November 8, 2013
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After years of attempting to pay down my debt, "The One Week Budget" came along with practical steps to not only pay down debt, but to SAVE as well. This is a must read! The Budgetnista walks you through each part of the process and shares her personal testimony on how she was able to manage her finances through debt reduction and savings. Her wisdom is so practical that you will see immediate solutions and gain. When you complete your worksheet reality will set in but forge ahead anyway. When you begin to apply her principals you'll be able to go back to the worksheet and see how far you came. Best book on finance I've ever had...and I've had many. It's life changing!!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Henroc1986 on June 10, 2013
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After reading "The One Week Budget" I was able to take full control over my finances. The Budgenista does an excellent job of writing in a language that is very simple and easy to understand. The anecdotes that she uses are very helpful and provide real life examples that can be used as lessons for the reader to learn from. What stands out the most about this book to me is the fact that at the end of every step there are clear action steps outlined for the reader to complete. I will admit that it took me a little more than a week to complete all of the steps, but the author mentions that in the preface. I am definitely recommending this book to all my friends and family. Nobody should ever feel like their money has control over them. You should feel like you have total control over where you spend every penny. This book teaches you how to take that control back!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By IvyLaArtista™ on July 5, 2013
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So, if you are SERIOUS about getting your money in order, then two things you want to conserve: time and money. Those are two things that I don't have to waste. It seems like several budgeting books are overly complicated and padded with extra data and information that I couldn't really use. What I like about the book is that it is an easy read, yet practical. It doesn't take long to get started on implementing it into your life. It also is an awesome price for how much life value you will get from it. I didn't waste time or money on this book. I exponentially gained both and also received life principles that will help me to achieve my goals as a woman and entrepreneur. I recommend it to those who are intimidated by the word "budget". Go ahead...get started!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By MARSHA BARNES on December 29, 2013
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I adore good reads that jump right in. Money and the fact that it matters is enough to make my ears perk up. The One Week Budget provides practical tips that are perfect for anyone. No spreadsheets or complicated formulas needed, just you, reality, paper, and pen. The Budgetnista provided tools that will allow you to make immediate changes in the <now>, opposed to when you have thousands or millions. I LOVE her transparency and ability to relate to such a massive audience. Looking forward to Book #2 :)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sarah A Faison on January 2, 2014
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I really enjoyed the book and I had the pleasure of attending workshops with Tiffany. Her book is truly a reflection of her personality. Since reading the book and attending workshops I have changed many of my habits for the better. I loved the book so much that I purchased several for family as holiday gifts. In conclusion I recommend this book as a must read if you need help managing your finances.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S on February 2, 2014
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For someone new to budgeting, this book will hold your hand as you budget, understand bank accounts, and basically begin really managing your finances for the first time ever. For someone like myself, who has been budgeting a while (albeit imperfectly), this did not manage to touch on any great new points or streamline my system.

This is not a bad book. It's just also not great. It's part chatty, part instruction. For those that want to dig straight in to the meat of it = this is NOT your book. Not because there's no meat, but rather you won't enjoy sifting through the personal stories and the "Ha ha, am I right?" to get to it.

Pros: She does guide you through the process start to finish, explaining why she does things. She implements a technique I've just started doing recently (pre-read) and find helpful.

Cons: Throughout the book there is an example budget from a real life client. When looking for ways to save money, the example shows this person lowing their LOAN payments. I did not find anywhere in the book where the reasoning for that was addressed. If you need to establish some emergency funds, etc, then that would make sense. But it is dumb to keep your loans at minimum payments and just keep paying interest on them if you have the funds to do otherwise.

Please note: I purchased this as a Kindle ebook download. I think it is more difficult to follow along with than if you had a paper version sitting in front of you. My recommendation to readers is to spring for the paperback version. This is more workbook than an advice read. My recommendation to the author would be to include a download key or something in the purchase, to accommodate easy download access to all the forms you provide.
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