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Get Financially Naked: How to Talk Money with Your Honey Paperback
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One of my favorite aspects of Get Financially Naked is how much Manisha and Sharon share of their personal journeys with money before their relationships (their money stories) as well as during them. They show that it's not about striving for perfectionism but more about open communication with your partner. I felt like if they could do it, I could too! This book is a MUST HAVE for anyone looking to successfully navigate relationships and money.
Before reading this book, I was a deer in the headlights about the financial ramifications of cohabitation. Now I feel like I now know what questions to ask, how to bring them up, and how to deal with any discrepancies in how my partner and I view money. I'm honestly not sure what I love most about the book: The get-real-with-yourself quizzes and charts designed to show how financially literate you and your partner are, the advice on how much home the two of you can *really* afford, the tips on dealing with the financial needs of stepkids and in-laws, the suggestions for how to word those tough-to-bring-up money questions, and the juicy investment guidance made simple all resonated with me in a big way. I want to personally thank Thakor and Kedar in advance for saving me from what I sure would have been a number of uncomfortable, tense conversations about money with my sweetie.
But this book isn't just for those in a romantic relationship. Sadly, I've known far too many young women whose financial plan for the future has been Get Married To A Guy With A Fat Paycheck. (Yes, even in 2009.) If you have yet to get real with yourself about the fact that a man (or a woman, or a parent) is not a financial plan, time to get there.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Based on its name I was hoping to get more from this book. I'm in my late 40s and have had success saving, investing, etc. Read morePublished 19 months ago by edr900
i found it very helpful in some areas and some not would reccomend it for reading to help understand moneyPublished on July 6, 2013 by Ernestine T McGee
Gives you the basics for laying the groundwork to avoid misunderstandings later and at least be aware where you're each coming from.Published on June 30, 2013 by Larry Williams
Was looking for more personal review, this is set up for a couple. Still valuable information. Makes you think about where you are at in today's world.Published on May 30, 2013 by Michael Banet
I thought this would help me talk money with my bf. It was trying too hard to get in my head and my psychological relationship with money. Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by Marlea73
bought this book for my daughter and her fiance; hope they find it helpful; they are just starting out so based on other reviews, chose this book.Published on November 29, 2012 by Helen Keller
I purchased this book for my girlfriend to encourage her to look at her finances more personally. It paints a financial picture where she can be in control, while allowing her the... Read morePublished on March 23, 2011 by Baier Rakowski
In "Get Financially Naked" Manisha and Sharon have written another great book designed to help women and men in relationships talk about money and get their finances in order. Read morePublished on April 24, 2010 by BernadetteB
I wish I had read Get Financially Naked before I got married! A lot of us are married to our financial opposites, and Thakor and Kedar's compatibility quiz is a great place to... Read morePublished on March 14, 2010 by N. Lisa