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The simple message here is...don't give up. There are practical steps that anyone can take today to help manage their money and put their finances back in a good position. At $2.99, forgo your next cup of Starbucks and buy this book now to help get your financial life back in shape. It's a fast read and Erik is one of the best authors at making money management interesting (not an easy task).
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I felt validated in the financial choices I have made in my life as a now-single parent of twins who has worked very hard the past decade, but especially the last four years to create a stable financial footing for our family. I have had to learn how to live within my means, prioritizing a safe home and our future over giving in to the whims of my very persuasive daughter for the latest toy. Readers like me will find his distinction between contractual obligations and moral obligations to be very refreshing. My obligation is to my children, not to credit companies that do not care whether or not I can feed my family. He's right that we have to back to my grandparents' generation to find the last time people in this country who were willing to work hard had to worry about meeting basic needs. We need to refind our priorities, but when we do, this book promises that although the path may be difficult, we can inch our way back to a more financially stable life for our families. We can retake control of our money to meet our needs and express our values, and lead a life that may not be flashy, but will be fulfilling.
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