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The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Parents are Going Broke Paperback – International Edition, August 17, 2004
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"A startling account of the elusiveness of the American Dream." -- - Time Magazine
"Makes a good case that the epidemic of bankruptcy is not about people being irresponsible." -- - Paul Krugman
"You should read this book!" -- - Dr. Phil
About the Author
Amelia Warren Tyagi has worked as an Engagement Manager with McKinsey and Company, specializing in health care, insurance, and education, and she co-founded the successful healthcare start-up HealthAllies. She lives in Pacific Palisades, California, with her husband and two-year-old daughter, Octavia.
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Also - I bought it used so I don't fall into the Two-Income Trap and the quality was just fine.
I am a staunch Conservative. Elizabeth Warren is a staunch liberal, but her expertise in bankruptcy law and her willingness to confront both conservative AND liberal false-beliefs is refreshing. I am trying to get my conservative friends to read this book. :-) I have gotten many liberal friends to read it, and it has changed many of their assumptions.
This would be great reading in ANY economics course. My college daughter read this book, enjoyed it, and it has informed her!
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This book focuses on policy reform while AYW concentrates on how we can get our personal finances in balance...Read more