Money Honey: A Simple 7-Step Guide For Getting Your Financial $hit Together

Money Honey: A Simple 7-Step Guide For Getting Your Financial $hit Together

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DESCRIPTION

Stating the obvious, adulting is taxing and challenging work. This statement can be held true when issues of finance and how to manage it are brought to the narrative. Money Honey rejects this irrational dread and offers solutions to financial problems, all while making the subject easier to understand and more entertaining. 

Rachel Richards offers a fresh look to financial management by integrating humor while going through subjects crucial to attaining financial independence. Chunky discussion about crucial matters will fill one’s thirst for knowledge about proper ways on how to handle funds and finances. More importantly, this book centers on the employment of knowledge in terms of

  • acquiring exponential profits,
  • consolidation of student loans, 
  • interest rate reduction, 
  • investment in the stock market, 
  • smart money allocation.

Aside from the key features mentioned above, one is introduced to Rachel Richard’s formulated framework that will keep one’s financial $hit intact and in order. If you are more than ready to start working and managing your finances, all while demanding for fun-filled decisions, this book is the ultimate go-to.  

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Rachel Richards is the best-selling author of “Money Honey: A Simple 7-Step Guide for Getting Your Financial $hit Together.” She engages in different ventures, including entrepreneurship, speakership, and investment. She was a former financial advisor, and at the age of 27, she retired from work. Currently, she is earning an estimated $10,000+ income every month. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Section One: introduction 

  1. Hello, it’s Me 

Section Two: Savings

  1. Bada$$ Budgeting
  2. Savings: Another Day Another dolla

Section Three: Debt

  1. There is No Good Debt. Only Tolerable Debt. 
  2. Credit Score: a GPA For Your Finances
  3. Student Debt- Fannie Mae, Mae, Go Away
  4. Credit Cards- Friend or Foe
  5. Debt- A Smorgasbord

Section Four: investing

  1. Say Hello to Stocks and Bonds 
  2. Mutual Funds, Index Funds, & Which One is Your New Best Friend
  3. Four Golden Rules for Investing
  4. The Art of Investing
  5. How to Make Your First Trade Like a Boss
  6. Retirement- A New Definition

Section Five: Taxes and Insurance

  1. Taxes Don’t Have to be Taxing
  2. Don’t Be Stupid; Be Insured

Section Six: Strategy

  1. The Money Honey Plan: 7 Simple Steps
  2. The Money Honey Plan in Action
  3. Get Started Now- What to Expect
  4. Dear Rachel Advice Column