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by Ellie Kay


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Financial planning and budgeting basics mixed with Ellie Kay's entertaining style make A Woman's Guide to Family . In her entertaining signature style, Ellie Kay shows you where the money goes and how to manage it to meet your goals.

Financial planning and budgeting basics mixed with Ellie Kay's entertaining style make A Woman's Guide to Family Finances practical as well as entertaining. Whether you're a born spender or a born saver, you'll find practical strategies for making and sticking to a budget, going on a debt diet, saving on essentials, and weathering financial setbacks. Start making those dreams come true today with this easy-to-use book from America's Family Financial Expert.

Abuela was a no nonsense woman, so I was on my best behavior. A Woman's Guide to Family Finances: Finding Real Money in an Unreal Economy Jan 1, 2004. by Ellie Kay. Paperback. She asked the man sitting next to me in the airplane to put out his cigarette (yes, they used to smoke on airplanes back when).

Financial planning and budgeting basics mixed with Ellie Kay's entertaining style make A Woman's Guide to Family Finances practical as well as entertaining

Financial planning and budgeting basics mixed with Ellie Kay's entertaining style make A Woman's Guide to Family Finances practical as well as entertaining. Readers learn how to control their spending and save money as well as plan for the future, including their kids' education and other family needs.

She and her husband have five school-aged children and two adult children and live in southern California.

Ellie hits the nail on the head by defining those struggles and offering practical solutions in a remarkably clear way. -Howard Dayton, CEO, Crown Financial Ministries.

Tanya Rivero, anchor of ABC News NOW’s Good Money. Ellie Kay has a unique gift of being able to communicate through many mediums. Ellie hits the nail on the head by defining those struggles and offering practical solutions in a remarkably clear way.

Since its publication, the original Money Book of Pe. Since its publication, the original Money Book of Personal Finance has become America's definitive, all-in-one guide to total financial well-being at every stage of life. Now, from the nation's foremost magazine on everyday money management, comes an authoritative reference that's newer, bigger, and even better.

December 14, 2018 History. Finding Real Money in an Unreal Economy. Published January 2004 by Bethany House Publishers. Ellie Kay. A Woman's Guide to Family Finances. Consumer education, Saving and investment.

A leading family financial expert combines financial planning and budgeting basics to present a comprehensive guide, filled with amusing anecdotes, practical advice, and encouragement, that covers such topics as planning for the future, safeguarding your family's income, and getting out of debt. Original.

A Woman's Guide to Family Finances: Finding Real Money in an Unreal Economy epub download

ISBN13: 978-0764226953

ISBN: 0764226959

Author: Ellie Kay

Category: Christian Books

Subcategory: Christian Living

Language: English

Publisher: Bethany House Pub (January 1, 2004)

Pages: 204 pages

ePUB size: 1462 kb

FB2 size: 1131 kb

Rating: 4.1

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Oso
This book is very practical, an easy read, and has some wonderful tools to get you started on your journey to financial freedom. I would definitely recommend this book for anyone overwhelmed with the burden of debt, big or small!
Oso
This book is very practical, an easy read, and has some wonderful tools to get you started on your journey to financial freedom. I would definitely recommend this book for anyone overwhelmed with the burden of debt, big or small!
Kazijora
This book gives practical advice to any woman interested in getting control of family finances, whether she is married, single with kids or on her own.

It also includes help for financial recovery for the deeply in debt and for the suddenly unemployed.

Divided into two sections, Ellie Kay jumps into the hard truth with "Where Did All The Dough Go?"

Ms Kay's description of the America's normal family:

1. Married with two children

2. Modest home with a 30 year mortgage

3. $40,000 annual income

4. Savings account with less than $500 in it

5. $8,000 in credit card debt

6. Two car payments

7. No household budget

8. No long-term retirement account

9. They want their children to go to college

Where they hope to be One Fine Day

1, Paid off mortgage

2. Paid off credit cards

3. Nice savings account

4. IRAs

5. Kids sent to college

6. Retirement

And where they will actually be if they continue their financial habits shows a vast divide that hits all too close to home for many of us.

Ellie Kay asks, "What are you willing to do today in order to make your family's financial dreams cone true in the future?"

She goes on to show the different personalities and emotions that drive financial decisions. Chances are you will find yourself in one or more of these personalities as I did.

But, take heart, she gives practical ways to break free from the destructive spending cycles that accompany each of these personalities.

After facing the hard truth of who we are and how we spend, we get to take action in Section 2 "Money Management For Everyone"

In this section there are action steps such as Ten Tips to Save Ten Bucks in Ten Minutes (or less) and establishing a household budget, based on The Fifty Thousand Dollar Pyramid

This section is packed with useful information about everything from choosing a mortgage to garage sales and Ebay.

The last chapter brings home the spiritual reason for being financially secure. - So that we can give generously, in very practical ways, to those in need.

I enjoyed Ms Kay's entertaining sense of humor, which got me through even the painful areas of `self-recognition' and 'plastic (credit card) surgery'.
Kazijora
This book gives practical advice to any woman interested in getting control of family finances, whether she is married, single with kids or on her own.

It also includes help for financial recovery for the deeply in debt and for the suddenly unemployed.

Divided into two sections, Ellie Kay jumps into the hard truth with "Where Did All The Dough Go?"

Ms Kay's description of the America's normal family:

1. Married with two children

2. Modest home with a 30 year mortgage

3. $40,000 annual income

4. Savings account with less than $500 in it

5. $8,000 in credit card debt

6. Two car payments

7. No household budget

8. No long-term retirement account

9. They want their children to go to college

Where they hope to be One Fine Day

1, Paid off mortgage

2. Paid off credit cards

3. Nice savings account

4. IRAs

5. Kids sent to college

6. Retirement

And where they will actually be if they continue their financial habits shows a vast divide that hits all too close to home for many of us.

Ellie Kay asks, "What are you willing to do today in order to make your family's financial dreams cone true in the future?"

She goes on to show the different personalities and emotions that drive financial decisions. Chances are you will find yourself in one or more of these personalities as I did.

But, take heart, she gives practical ways to break free from the destructive spending cycles that accompany each of these personalities.

After facing the hard truth of who we are and how we spend, we get to take action in Section 2 "Money Management For Everyone"

In this section there are action steps such as Ten Tips to Save Ten Bucks in Ten Minutes (or less) and establishing a household budget, based on The Fifty Thousand Dollar Pyramid

This section is packed with useful information about everything from choosing a mortgage to garage sales and Ebay.

The last chapter brings home the spiritual reason for being financially secure. - So that we can give generously, in very practical ways, to those in need.

I enjoyed Ms Kay's entertaining sense of humor, which got me through even the painful areas of `self-recognition' and 'plastic (credit card) surgery'.
Getaianne
Do you dream of the day when . . .

. . . Your credit cards are paid off?

. . . You have a savings account and an IRA?

. . . You can take a once-in-a-lifetime family vacation?

Then A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO FAMILY FINANCES is the book for you. Written in an entertaining, easy-to-read style, Ellie Kay will teach the reader how she took her family from over forty-thousand dollars in credit card debt, to being completely debt-free in two and a half years.

Ms. Kay shows in easy to understand chapters how to budget, how to save on essentials, how to go on a debt diet, and how to weather financial set-backs, including losing your job and looking for a new place of employment.

I don't usually like to read how-to books, but this book reads like a good novel. I had to keep reading. I learned some really valuable tips and relearned others that I'd forgotten and am looking forward to putting my new budget into operation.

A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO FAMILY FINANCES is a book to read through once, but then come back to time and again as you are ready to make more financial changes. She advices you start small and build your way up so you don't go into shock and stop trying to save money. Whether you are a born spender or saver, A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO FAMILY FINANCES is a book for a keeper shelf to be read and studied over and over. I'd recommend having your teenagers read it too, especially if they are soon to be on their own.

=== reviewed by Laura V. Hilton for Christian Bookshelf
Getaianne
Do you dream of the day when . . .

. . . Your credit cards are paid off?

. . . You have a savings account and an IRA?

. . . You can take a once-in-a-lifetime family vacation?

Then A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO FAMILY FINANCES is the book for you. Written in an entertaining, easy-to-read style, Ellie Kay will teach the reader how she took her family from over forty-thousand dollars in credit card debt, to being completely debt-free in two and a half years.

Ms. Kay shows in easy to understand chapters how to budget, how to save on essentials, how to go on a debt diet, and how to weather financial set-backs, including losing your job and looking for a new place of employment.

I don't usually like to read how-to books, but this book reads like a good novel. I had to keep reading. I learned some really valuable tips and relearned others that I'd forgotten and am looking forward to putting my new budget into operation.

A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO FAMILY FINANCES is a book to read through once, but then come back to time and again as you are ready to make more financial changes. She advices you start small and build your way up so you don't go into shock and stop trying to save money. Whether you are a born spender or saver, A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO FAMILY FINANCES is a book for a keeper shelf to be read and studied over and over. I'd recommend having your teenagers read it too, especially if they are soon to be on their own.

=== reviewed by Laura V. Hilton for Christian Bookshelf
Ricep
Written with light humor, this book on a serious subject is a delight to read. Ellie writes as if she is sitting across a cafe table, drinking coffee with you. What makes the book fun to read - and interesting so you keep turning those pages - is that Ellie uses experiences from her own life and turns them into lessons for readers.

The advice Ellie gives in her book is rock solid and makes perfect sense, and she doesn't just tell you what to do, she gives the reader steps on how to do it.

This book is not a "How to Get Rich" book. It does not delve into the dark mysterious sometimes boring world of the inner workings of stocks, bonds, banks or international finances. "A Woman's Guide to Family Finances" is a book that tells, step by step, what a woman can do to get herself out of debt and into the black in the most painless, easy to understand methods possible.

Chapters begin with interesting information, usually a personal experience Ellie has had. She then tells the lesson she learned from her experience. Then she lists the steps taken to correct the problem or make the success discussed.

I would recommend this book to any woman, no matter what stage of your life you are in. Young and just beginning to "I'm too old to change" (which I don't believe is ever true).
Ricep
Written with light humor, this book on a serious subject is a delight to read. Ellie writes as if she is sitting across a cafe table, drinking coffee with you. What makes the book fun to read - and interesting so you keep turning those pages - is that Ellie uses experiences from her own life and turns them into lessons for readers.

The advice Ellie gives in her book is rock solid and makes perfect sense, and she doesn't just tell you what to do, she gives the reader steps on how to do it.

This book is not a "How to Get Rich" book. It does not delve into the dark mysterious sometimes boring world of the inner workings of stocks, bonds, banks or international finances. "A Woman's Guide to Family Finances" is a book that tells, step by step, what a woman can do to get herself out of debt and into the black in the most painless, easy to understand methods possible.

Chapters begin with interesting information, usually a personal experience Ellie has had. She then tells the lesson she learned from her experience. Then she lists the steps taken to correct the problem or make the success discussed.

I would recommend this book to any woman, no matter what stage of your life you are in. Young and just beginning to "I'm too old to change" (which I don't believe is ever true).