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Rich Bitch: A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together...Finally Paperback – March 8, 2016
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“Rich Bitch should be mandatory reading for every young professional woman who wants to take control of her financial destiny. Lapin provides unfiltered, brilliant advice to a generation of women taking aim at their own success and wealth.” (Mindy Grossman, CEO of HSN)
“Nicole’s advice is a swift kick in the pants to the young, ambitious, upstart women out there who want control over their lives, debts, and careers.” (Wendy WIlliams, host of "The Wendy Williams Show")
“Let Nicole be the doctor for your financial health and you will feel better in more ways than you’d think.” (Dr. Oz, host of "The Dr. Oz Show," and Lisa Oz, host of "The Lisa Oz Show")
“Rich Bitch is essential reading for 21st century women wanting to rise to the top of the economic ladder. Everything that you need to know is in here, all of it said with the wit and confidence we’ve come to expect from Nicole.” (Rebecca Taylor, designer)
From the Back Cover
In Rich Bitch, money expert and financial journalist Nicole Lapin rethinks every piece of financial “wisdom” you’ve ever heard and puts her own fresh, modern, sassy spin on it, showing you how to finally get your financial life in order.
You will learn:
• How to lay out and achieve 1-, 3-, 5-, and 10-year goals
• What to spend and what to save—and why
• How to budget like a pro
• The truth about credit cards, 401(k)s, buying a house
. . . and more!
Rich Bitch rehabs whatever bad money habits you might have and provides a plan you can not only sustain, but also thrive on. You won’t feel deprived but rather inspired to go after the rich life you deserve, and confident enough to call yourself a rich bitch.
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"So you picked up a book about money. You? Yes, you! Well, you didn't pick up just any book. You picked up the first finance book that...swears! And is written in plain English! Yes, it's true. This. Is. Happening."
Personally, I love the irreverent tone (mostly), and I'm not at all offended by swearing typically. It did take me a while to get used to being referred to as a "b!tch," but I got over that eventually. I didn't exactly love the implications that I'm on the lookout for a "Rich Dude," but I think that's meant to be humorous. If you're more touchy about cursing or subtle gender stereotyping, then steer clear of this book.
The target audience for this book includes women (though, the advice applies to men too) in their late 20s and 30s (and maybe even early 40s) who don't have a whole lot of money/investment experience and who also don't have complicated investment portfolios. If a glossary that includes the terms 401(k), AGI, Home Equity Loan, and Index Fund would be useful for you, then this book is right for your level of financial literacy. If you're already deep into more complicated investments, then this book has nothing to teach you.
By the way, the subtitle of this book (A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together...Finally) is a little misleading. One of the steps, for example, is paying down debt. That's often easier said than done. Another step is "put your career in overdrive." Again, getting and maintaining a financially rewarding career is way more complicated than checking off one "step" of a "12-step plan." A better (though less marketable) sub-title would be 12 Broad Categories of Financial-Type Advice.
I'm thinking this would be the perfect gift for college graduation, though maybe not for your own child (because of the swearing, irreverence, etc.). This is what you might get for your niece if you're the cool, stylish aunt.