Debt-Proof Your Marriage, Repackaged Edition
How to Manage Your Money Together
Are you and your spouse in debt?
Do you want to get out of debt--and stay out?
How can you team up to make your money work for you?
No matter what your financial situation looks like right now, you and your spouse can take steps to become debt free and strengthen your marriage in the process. Debt-Proof Your Marriage is packed with real-life advice and sprinkled with humor that will renew your hope and determination. It covers everything you need for managing your money as a couple. You'll learn
· how to reconcile different money behaviors and beliefs
· forty places to find money that you didn't know you had
· the 80 percent solution
· and much more
This book will give you all the help you need to take care of the present, clean up the past, and prepare for a successful, financially sound future. And most important, it will show you how to live debt free--protecting your marriage, your money, and your peace of mind.
"Mary Hunt is one of the country's leading experts on getting out of debt."--Biography Magazine
"Hunt's upbeat attitude doesn't come across as a lecture."--Los Angeles Times
Mary Hunt is founder and publisher of Debt-Proof Living, a popular money management resource, and former financial columnist for Woman's Day magazine. Her books have sold more than a million copies, and her daily newspaper column is syndicated through United Features. The author of 7 Money Rules for Life, Hunt speaks widely on personal finance and has appeared on shows such as Good Morning America, Oprah, and Dr. Phil. She and her husband live in Colorado.
"[Mary Hunt] is one of the country's leading experts on getting out of debt . . . and Cheapskate Monthly has become one of the nation's leading resources on financially responsible living." --Biography magazine
"We like a book written by somebody who's been $100,000 in debt. We like that because at least you've been there and you understand." --Oprah Winfrey
"Hunt's upbeat attitude doesn't come across as a lecture, and she makes it clear she's not denying herself simple pleasures." --Los Angeles Times
"Hunt has become so competent at pinching pennies that she teaches others the fine art." --Business Week
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