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Leeds (One Year to an Organized Life), a professional organizer, and Wild, a financial adviser, apply Leeds's Zen Organizing philosophy to replace financial mayhem with method through digestible weekly steps over the course of one year. The authors begin by guiding readers through an emotional audit of their history with money, ridding their work spaces of clutter, and organizing key financial documents. January is time to take control, and the authors provide step-by-step instructions on preparing for tax season and retooling spending habits while laying the groundwork for protecting long-term assets. Savings and retirement vehicles are discussed at an extremely macro level—but the extensive resource section compensates for the oversight. By devoting the entire month of November to getting ready for end-of-year holidays, the authors drive home how planning ahead can alleviate the pain of unforeseen expenses. This is an excellent start to creating a solid financial foundation and future. (Jan.)
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I had high expectations of this book.
Written by 'Zen Organizer', I have expected a different type of financial guide book, the one that is different in its concepts &... Read more
Love all of Regina's Books!! Must reads! I am a very very unorganized pack rat and so glad I found these books! I recommend checking out all of her books!Published 4 months ago by Angie Marczak
I love this book. It helps you to learn things by the month. Being in debt, this is really helpful. I would recomend this book. It's worth your time.Published 6 months ago by Lisa C. Mann
I have it on Kindle and in paperback so I could mark it up. I plan to pass it along to others as well. Thanks.Published 6 months ago by Donna Brown
I only ordered this book because I liked the cover, no joke. I mean, I was combing through financial books and I just went ahead and bought it. I tell you what... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Katia Uriarte
The chapter tips lessons are obvious and can be learned without a book. I guess if you're younger then I or need the discipline, it would be okay.Published 17 months ago by ALI-BURT