I'm On My Own and So Are You: Financial Security For Women
Like a lot of women of my generation, I was raised to be a wife and mother. That worked for me until I realized my husband was a jerk and I divorced him, until my father died and left us only gambling debts, until my mother and sister were killed in a plane crash. So there I was, 40 years old, close to broke, with two children, and no way of making a living. Fortunately, I was a natural as a financial adviser and broker. And as soon as I’d solved my own money problems, I turned my attention to helping other women become financially independent. Invest? Isn’t that... gambling? Not compared to betting everything you’ve got on a man! Investing isn’t rocket science. Once you've mastered some simple ideas --- spend less, save more, watch your credit card debt --- you’re likely to find you actually have money to invest. And that’s where this book can be your guide to sane, successful investing.
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