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A Girl's Guide to Personal Finance
by Nannette Joell (Joey Beech)

Combining personal stories with practical advice, A Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance provides the fundamental lessons on money management; you don’t even have to be good at math to master them. From understanding your paycheck to setting up and reaping the benefits of your retirement account, this guide will give you the basic financial information every woman needs to manage her finances.

Using clear examples and everyday situations to make core financial concepts interesting and applicable to everyday life, author Joey Beech brings together her stories as a daughter and a mother with her professional experience to provide an insightful guide to explain the basics and teach how to avoid costly mistakes.

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This is a perfect book for those of us who want more information about finance. It's not too deep, but gives you enough to feel more educated. Someone like me doesn't have a ton of time to read and research these topics, and I found this book to be exactly what I need to help me make better financial choices for myself and family moving forward. Anyone, men, women, and all, can benefit from these lessons!

- Caroline

The short, information packed chapters make it easy to read, but hard to put down. I took away some great tips and tools from this book, even though going into it I felt I had it all figured out. I would recommend it to anyone at any point in their life. It’s never too late to improve your financial freedom!

- MJ

This is a great, clearly written and enjoyable book about the thing that most of us don't want to talk about: money ! Girls need it and should read it. Filled with practical advice and a personal touch, Joey has turned the dry topic of money, saving and investing into a fun and personal journey. I highly recommend it to young girls, adolescents, and adults.

- Jana E.

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