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The Smart Cookies' Guide to Making More Dough and Getting Out of Debtby Smart Cookies The
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Let The Smart Cookies show you how to eliminate debt, spend smarter, save better, and achieve financial freedom—without sacrificing your social life or your sanity!
They were five dynamic young women: smart, successful—and secretly drowning in debt. Inspired by an episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show on personal finance, Andrea, Angela, Katie, Robyn, and Sandra formed a money club, together developing strategies for turning their finances around. Just one year later they had dramatically improved their financial situations—and had made major developments in their careers, relationships, and life goals to boot. Their proven recipe for success has since been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, MSNBC, and in the New York Daily News.
How did they do it? These five women—with varied careers in marketing, public relations, social work, and TV production—joined forces to create a fun, simple, effective strategy for achieving financial success, forming a money club and supporting each other every step of the way. Now, in this extraordinary hands-on guide, the women, who soon dubbed themselves The Smart Cookies, share the secrets of their success.
Weaving anecdotes from their own lives with practical, how-to advice, The Smart Cookies offer strategies that cut across the financial spectrum, whether you’re deeply in debt or just want to manage your money better. Tackling the unique financial challenges facing women today, they offer easy-to-follow advice on everything from creating a spending plan to boosting your income to starting your own money club.
From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
The Smart Cookies have been meeting since March 2006. As five fabulous women who appeared to have it all, each shared a major financial problem she was hesitant to reveal. When The Smart Cookies created the money club, they barely knew one another but today have become close, committed friends and business partners. With support, accountability, and simple strategies for attracting more money, they managed to turn their financial picture around in under a year. Andrea, Angela, Katie, Robyn, and Sandra reside in Vancouver, British Columbia. They are passionate about helping women everywhere start money clubs and begin talking about money.
Jennifer Barrett has written about financial issues for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Newsweek, where she is currently a general editor. She lives in New York City with her husband, Victor Ozols, and their son.
From the Hardcover edition.
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