Shoo, Jimmy Choo!: The Modern Girl's Guide to Spending Less and Saving More

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2010 - Business & Economics - 247 pages
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Remember when Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw faced the brutal realization that she couldn’t buy her apartment because she’d already spent her money on a closet full of Manolos? Well, if Carrie had met Catey first, she’d own her co-op and be on her way to a comfortable retirement! 

Catey Hill is the online money expert for the Daily News Web site--and author of this humorous, practical "girlfriends guide” to personal finance for 20- and 30-something females. (The ones with the designer shoes...and maxed-out credit cards.) With a hip, "I’ve been there” voice along with worksheets and exercises, she helps women evaluate why they spend, get out of debt, and create a savings and retirement plan that even allows for the occasional splurge. Among the topics she covers: student loans, car payments, investing, saving for a home, and more.

 

 

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User Review  - JamieD - Borders

I got an advance copy of Shoo Jimmy Choo from the magazine where I work, and I thought it was great! It's got all the money basics you need to know - getting out of debt, saving for retirement, buying ... Read full review

Contents

Spending Style
26
Blow Out Your Budget
58
Debt Diet
80
The Skinny on Student Loans
98
Carb Control
108
Race Toward Retirement
129
Work Out Your Worth
143
Sweat Your Savings
161
Push for a Pad
183
Tackle Your Taxes
204
Lift Up Your Love
222
Index
236
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