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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Money Matters
I was surprised to find this book not only an accessible read but also a highly informative volume. There are very few books on the market that deal with financial issues in relationships and how to deal with them. Strange, since money issues are one of the top problems people encounter in their relationships. This book is focused on turning finances into a solvable...
Published on July 16, 2002 by Alison Nishi

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3.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Information, Poorly Presented
I really enjoyed the content of this book.
Published on June 29, 2002 by Bonnie Penn


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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Money Matters, July 16, 2002
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Alison Nishi (Denver, CO USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: You Paid How Much For That?: How to Win at Money Without Losing at Love (Paperback)
I was surprised to find this book not only an accessible read but also a highly informative volume. There are very few books on the market that deal with financial issues in relationships and how to deal with them. Strange, since money issues are one of the top problems people encounter in their relationships. This book is focused on turning finances into a solvable problem rather than an interminable argument in a relationship.
The book is set up in four parts. The first part walks you through all of the things that can affect a relationship: from hidden issues, to expectations, to gender differences. The second presents ideas and techniques to use in discussing difficult or emotional issues. The third part is the real financial section. It takes you step by step through the basics of financial planning: saving, spending, buying a house, investing, insurance, estate planning, taxes... The fourth part brings relationship tips and financial guidance together, showing you how this can form the groundwork of a strong and lasting partnership.
Most people do not receive an education in financial planning let alone how to work with that in a relationship. This book provides an easy way to deal with those issues. Not only does it provide you with the skills to discuss these matters, but it also gives you a good, basic understanding of how to deal with finances. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone in a relationship - you will get something out of this.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding book for couples, August 12, 2002
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This review is from: You Paid How Much For That?: How to Win at Money Without Losing at Love (Paperback)
This is an outstanding book for couples who want to succeed in their marriage and financial affairs. Not too many books out there that deal with relationship and finance, many couples today deal with the financial issues presented to them but never see the other issues in their relationships that also affect their financial situation. This is a must read book!!!!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Money Matters, July 16, 2002
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Alison Nishi (Denver, CO USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: You Paid How Much For That?: How to Win at Money Without Losing at Love (Paperback)
I was surprised to find this book not only an accessible read but also a highly informative volume. There are very few books on the market that deal with financial issues in relationships and how to deal with them. Strange, since money issues are one of the top problems people encounter in their relationships. This book is focused on turning finances into a solvable problem rather than an interminable argument in a relationship.
The book is set up in four parts. The first part walks you through all of the things that can affect a relationship: from hidden issues, to expectations, to gender differences. The second presents ideas and techniques to use in discussing difficult or emotional issues. The third part is the real financial section. It takes you step by step through the basics of financial planning: saving, spending, buying a house, investing, insurance, estate planning, taxes... The fourth part brings relationship tips and financial guidance together, showing you how this can form the groundwork of a strong and lasting partnership.
Most people do not receive an education in financial planning let alone how to work with that in a relationship. This book provides an easy way to deal with those issues. Not only does it provide you with the skills to discuss these matters, but it also gives you a good, basic understanding of how to deal with finances. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone in a relationship - you will get something out of this.
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1 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Information, Poorly Presented, June 29, 2002
This review is from: You Paid How Much For That?: How to Win at Money Without Losing at Love (Paperback)
I really enjoyed the content of this book.
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You Paid How Much For That?: How to Win at Money Without Losing at Love
You Paid How Much For That?: How to Win at Money Without Losing at Love by Howard J. Markman (Paperback - March 27, 2002)
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