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Living a Rich Life as a Stay-at-Home Mom: How to Build a Secure Financial Foundation for You and Your Children Paperback – March 18, 2015
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"Every once in a while I come across a book I'm hellbent on making sure you know about...There is no way in the world you can get through this book and not know you can make it work in your house. There isn't one piece of information that you might need that isn't in there. It's amazing! It is very up to date, very practical, very easy to read. If you want to know how to make it work [as a Stay-at-Home Mom] this is an important book for you to read. This is a fabulous book! You're nuts if you don't read it." --Dr. Laura Schlessinger (America's #1 Relationship Talk Radio Host)
"This book is a must, must read for ALL newlyweds whether one of them plans to be a stay-at-home mom/dad or not. These two women have communicated in a very clear manner how to successfully run a household--something NOT taught at school. Their practical advice and detailed instructions will help even the most financially hopeless. If this book were read by every family and they only used 10% of the information contained, personal financial issues would become a thing of the past. This is not a five-star book. This is a TEN-STAR book!" --Sara Louise Kras (Children's Book Author)
"If you want to give your children and family a lasting gift of financial wisdom and grow your own wealth, this book holds the keys to accomplishing exactly that. Teaching financial responsibility is one of the most valuable things we can give our children."
--Brett Kitchen (Best Selling Author, Wealth Education Group)
"Loved this informative book. Whether you are engaged to be married or have been at this for a long time, you are sure to find helpful ideas. It's a great gift for the newlyweds. I like the suggestion that by following sound financial principles more Moms can afford to stay home to raise their families. What a gift this would be to the children of the world."--Linda Kay Garner (Children's Book Author)
About the Author
Sisters Anita and Karen learned money management from their parents and grandparents, who started out their marriages with nothing and became very wealthy by implementing sound financial principles. Prior to becoming stay-at-home moms, Anita was the office manager of a financial education company and Karen successfully started and ran multiple businesses. Currently, Anita is the mother of two and author and owner of the popular financial blog: LiveLikeYouAreRich.com and Karen is the mother of three and is a mentor of money management. Their heartfelt desire and motive is to help other mothers build a strong and secure financial foundation for their families.
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This book does not talk about ways to make money as a Stay-at-Home parent, but instead, discusses ways to handle and manage finances as the Stay-at-Home member is usually the one who makes the financial decisions.
Living Rich as a Stay-at-Home Mom should be renamed to Living Rich as a Family with a Stay-at-Home Parent. The information, while geared towards Stay-at-Home Mom's (SAHMs) primarily because the authors are mothers themselves, is fantastic information for both the SAHM and the SAHD (Stay-at-Home Dad.) Essentially, this is the perfect tips, clues and beginning kick for families that include any SAHP (Stay-at-Home Parent) be it Mom or Dad.
The information included is not information you learn from high school or college (unless you are studying finances or business management, but even then...much of the information is more experience information than schooling information.) What I have learned from this book is more valuable to me as a soon to be mom than anything I learned in my Home Economics class, or Financial Economics class. It doesn't focus on one idea being the best. Instead, these two ladies do a great job of pointing out many different ways to handle finances, both as a parent handling the finances and as a parent teaching children about finances.
In every way, this book should be read by both parents (SAH or not) in a family unit, and...eventually...read by the children as they get older. I hope the authors continue to adjust and update this book as time continues, with either more information they find and learn, or even just the wording to include both parental units even more as the SAH unit.
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