Thursday, January 5, 2012

7 Money Rules for Life by Mary Hunt - REVIEWED

About the Book: (from Revell publishing)

Change your financial future--today

In her warm and encouraging style, financial expert Mary Hunt shows you how to master the essentials to get your money under control and prepare financially for the rest of your life. She shows you how to apply each of the 7 Rules, starting today, as well as how to recover from past financial mistakes. With Mary on your side, you'll learn how to:

Spend less than you earn
Save for the future
Give some away
Anticipate your irregular expenses
Tell your money where to go
Manage your credit
Borrow only what you know you can repay

Money mastery isn't hard when you know the rules. Let 7 Money Rules for Life change your future from uncertain to rock-solid--no matter what your income level.

My Thoughts:
You know, sometimes I feel like the world would be a better place if it didn't require money! But there seems always to be more to pay for than there is money to pay for it, and the temptation to buy what you can't afford is a temptation that is strong and constant. Hence, most of us wind up in debt, and the debt winds up causing us all kinds of trouble - trouble that seems to have no end.

Well, Mary Hunt has lived through this very thing, and she has discovered a way out. With accountability, determination and self-discipline, everyone can reduce the debt they have accumulated and live debt free and even save money! And the way to accomplish this is not rocket science! Believe it our not! If you are serious about taking control of your financial future, this book is an excellent tool that will serve you well throughout the entire process! This is a real treasure that will bring you real peace about how to manage your finacial status and bring yourself into a place of peace and security.

About the Author:
Mary Hunt is founder and publisher of Debt-Proof Living (formerly Cheapskate Monthly), which has 35,000 print subscribers and an average of 800,000 website hits per month. Her books have sold more than a million copies, she is the financial columnist for Woman's Day magazine, and her daily newspaper column is syndicated through United Features. Hunt speaks widely on personal finance and has appeared on shows such as Oprah, Good Morning America, and Dr. Phil. She and her husband live in California.

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