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It's Your Money: Becoming A Woman Of Independent Means (revised E By Gail Vaz-Oxlade,

  • Title: It's Your Money: Becoming A Woman Of Independent Means (revised E
  • Author: Gail Vaz-Oxlade
  • ISBN: 9781554688678
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • With everything she does, Gail Vaz Oxlade focuses on putting money in perspective and encouraging people to take control of their money and their lives But over the years, she s found that an astonishing number of smart, competent women are relinquishing that control It s Your Money is designed to inspire and inform them to take charge of their financial destinies.This bWith everything she does, Gail Vaz Oxlade focuses on putting money in perspective and encouraging people to take control of their money and their lives But over the years, she s found that an astonishing number of smart, competent women are relinquishing that control It s Your Money is designed to inspire and inform them to take charge of their financial destinies.This book will help each reader come to terms with why she deals with her money as she does It helps her establish a solid financial foundation on which to build as she moves through her life Gail walks her through the major milestones partnering, raising a family and retiring making sure she is empowered to make her own decisions, if she s in a relationship or not It also shows the reader how to cope when stuff hits the fan, without adding financial stress to her burdens For the woman who finds herself the sole breadwinner in a family, dealing with aging parents or coping with divorce or widowhood, Gail shows her how to keep her financial life on track.Whether they need Gail s voice to encourage them to reach for new financial goals, or to kick their credit card happy butts back into line, women will turn to It s Your Money in good times and in bad.
    It s Your Money Becoming A Woman Of Independent Means revised E With everything she does Gail Vaz Oxlade focuses on putting money in perspective and encouraging people to take control of their money and their lives But over the years she s found that an astonish

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    1. I highly recommend this financial DIY book for any woman looking to take hold and make use of their present and future earnings It was approachable, concise, and very relatable It does make me wonder if her other books are much different Nonetheless, great read

    2. Straight up and so honest about life it s scary But Gail tells it like it is, covering everything you need to consider in this life to ensure that you re financially secure.

    3. Excellent book on accumulating wealth dealing with different investing instruments through the various stages of lifel

    4. I love Gail Vaz Oxlade Over the last few years, hubby and I have watched many, many episodes of her TV show Til Debt Do Us Part , admiring her blunt, frankness and full attack mode to help desperate couples take charge of their financial disasters and get back into living within their means So, when I had the chance to grab a copy of her new book, It s Your Money I snapped it up I had a few worries about reading the book though before I started First, this book is marketed to women, and knowing [...]

    5. This book is a revision of an older book called A Woman of Independent Means A Woman s Guide to Full Financial Security, which I think is better While this book does provide a solid foundation for those who are starting to take their finances seriously, and discusses finance changes in the great context of life events, it is not as thorough as the original book.Given that the original book is out of print, and now dated, this now becomes the bestGail Vaz Oxlade book you can get Other books she [...]

    6. I am a 24 year old recent graduate who just got a job So from my perspective having little no background in personal finances, this book was excellent in covering those basics She divides her book into three sections Part I Understand how you feel about your moneyPart II Build your financial foundationPart III Adapt your plan as your life changesI found Part I and Part II the most useful Both tackle understanding your money personality turns out I m a miser , setting goals, building a budget, cr [...]

    7. This is a fantastic and Canadian centric financial advice book Gail Vaz Oxlade is down to earth and practical and I am definitely a fan While at first I was a bit wary of a female centric financial guide can t men and women just take the same financial advice Gail does an excellent job of highlighting situations women commonly find themselves in and how to financially address those issues realizing you don t want to go back to work immediately after maternity leave, divorce or separation, making [...]

    8. Things got a little sluggish towards the endwith all the talk of being widowed or disabledbut leave it to Gail to go out on a high note Today, pick one thing you ll do differently You might choose to stash your credit cards behind the refrigerator and shop with cashMaybe you ll put yourself on a monthly investment plan With as little as 25 a month, you can start forming a habit that will hold you in good stead forever You, and only you, have the power to make the life you want You can take contr [...]

    9. I can imagine that this book does not add much to financial knowledge of the people who are born or raised in Canada and have heard people around then talk about RRSPs and TFSAa and all these different kinds of insurances all the time But I am an immigrant from a country with a whole different financial system So this book gave me a great shortlist of things I have to learn about in detail It explained everything well, without being too technical I also liked the honest, no bullshit tone of Gail [...]

    10. This book is amazing and actually helped me to obtain the ultimate goal of becoming debt free Vaz Oxlade is a no non sense woman who tells readers what they need to hear not so much what they WANT to hear I was car poor, being dragged down by the weight of a car that I couldn t afford so I sold it At first, I wondered what I had done and how I would survive without a car, but I made it You think you can t do something until you do it, and Gail teaches you that Gail makes you be honest with yours [...]

    11. I think that this is a good and accessible first book if you have absolutely no idea what you are doing, but I didn t learn anything mind blowing here that I hadn t read elsewhere I think it might be helpful for older women who might not know if they have established their own credit rating outside of their current partnership.Still this thing was so heterocentric Since it is written for women, the chapters are all about your husband this, your husband that etc Kinda surprised that any editor w [...]

    12. It s your money is a good basic guideline book for having money, planning for your future, and dealing with life changes that affect you and others financially While it isn t the most exciting read, and some chapters may not apply to you retirement, having children, being widowed , it does give some good tips for tracking your spending and saving I recommending skipping chapters that don t apply to you, as it gets a bit repetitive, but overall it is a good general guide.

    13. This was only mildly helpful It s easy to read, and it has helped me to think in a different way about my spending and saving It s helped me to set up a few new things in my monthly budget that will eventually help me to get ahead I d say it s worth the read if you are someone like me who has never really thought concretely about finances before As a 25 year old, unmarried woman though, not all of this book feels applicable to me so it was hard to get through all of it.

    14. I love Gail Vaz Oxlade I used to watch her TV shows all of the time I think this is a great book for all women, regardless of where they are in their life plan I would consider myself to have a strong financial knowledge base, but still learned a lot of information in this book Some of it was the little details, or the things that are not yet relevant to me, while others were larger areas such as the insurance chapter A must read for those looking to secure their financial future.

    15. A well written and empowering book to which I plan to return many times It s full of tips on how to manage your money and real talk about why it s imperative that you do The book is, in my opinion, an in depth introduction to personal finance, so some advice may seem not especially insightful to the pros, but for most people, men or women, this is a good place to start and a lasting companion on the journey to sound personal finances.

    16. Simplistic, informative, things that every woman should know about Taking control of your finances is a major part of becoming independent and creating a sense of freedom Knowledge is power and money is a major part of lives so understanding how to make it work for you and making sure that you take care of yourself and your loved ones leads to peace of mind.

    17. I m sure this is helpful for those who are in debt, need to live on a budget, or just don t know how to handle their money I guess I m sensible and money savvy as I knew and do most of this already Check this out if you want Canada specific information about credit, mortgages, retirement savings, etc.

    18. It s going to stay on my bookshelf as a reference As someone who knows dick all about finance and who has been totally passive about her financial situation I ve definitely found this book eye opening Some chapter don t really touch me marriage, kids but financial planning issues like insurance and retirement definitely woke me up I ll probably check it out again in the future.

    19. This is a terrific book for any woman even men could benefit I m sure wanting a complete overview of all things financial from the early years to twilight year I ve read many financial books and even several by Gail Vaz Oxlade This one is by far the best one, in my humble opinion.

    20. Not a lot of new information for someone who practically stalks Gail Vaz Oxlade but would be a great book for someone who is looking for a good overview of what to expect and how to plan for life events.

    21. Excellent information for Canadian women regarding financial plans for different stages of life count on yourself

    22. Its really helpful Already using some of her ideas to save money Its not working yet but it makes me aware of how often I spend on unnecessary wants Would buy it for myself to use.

    23. As a previous reviewer mentioned, it s useful if you need a primer on financial literacy but otherwise not much new.

    24. Insightful, no book helped me get out of debt in less than a year Thanks Gail, for giving it to us straight

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