Item description for Mom's Guide to Family Finances, A by Ellie Kay...
Many parents dream of the day when their credit card bills are paid off, when they have a savings account and an IRA, or when they can take a once-in-a--lifetime family vacation. But many of them have no idea how to make those dreams come true. Writing with her entertaining signature style, Ellie Kay shows readers how to manage money to meet their goals. She offers practical strategies for saving money, making and sticking to a budget, and weathering financial setbacks. No matter what their family's financial background looks like, readers will find a useful tip or two in this easy-to-use book from America's Family Financial Expert.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.8" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2006
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0800787358 ISBN13 9780800787356
Availability 0 units.
More About Ellie Kay
Ellie Kay, author, popular speaker, corporate educator and spokesperson, and mother of seven, has walked her own talk. Married to Bob Kay--a former Stealth fighter pilot--and proud mom of a son who graduated from the United States Naval Academy and another son who is attending the United States Air Force Academy, Ellie especially understands the circumstances of military families. Ellie has appeared on or in hundreds of media outlets. She appears regularly on ABC News NOW Good Money show and is the financial expert for K-LOVE, a radio network with 5 million listeners. Ellie and her family live in Southern California.
Ellie Kay currently resides in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mom's Guide to Family Finances, A?
Smart creative book Oct 5, 2009
This was actually a good book on balancing the family budget with reasonable areas to cut back. The book fell short on more original ideas to cutting the budget but it's great for those parents just now considering being an at home parent or mom's who've never been in charge of the budget before.
Many easy to follow ideas Jul 14, 2009
The Mom's Guide to Family Finances is a very easy to read book. It's nice because it can be read quickly and the ideas are basic and easy to follow. I would say that if you have read the Woman's Guide to Family Finances I would skip this one. The information is too similar.
I would recommend this book if you haven't read the Woman's Guide she wrote though. Many common sense, easy to follow ideas.
Fresh and humorous, and right on track Jul 17, 2008
Ugh! Budgeting, investing, credit ratings... the moms of my acquaintance change the subject. This book is so confident, easy going, and well-written that it makes the subject palatable. I can even lend it to my financially illiterate friends without them interpreting it as, "get the hint, sweetie."
All around, great advice. Each time I read it, I try to make a habit of one new idea from the book.
Common sense refreshed Apr 5, 2008
If one is serious about really trying to save money, if they give it a bit of thought, they're likely to come up with the majority of ideas Ms. Kay did. However, if one were to not be serious about it, and just liked the idea of saving money, this book is an excellent refresher. Also, for those of us whose spouses are in the military, like Ms. Kay's, there are some good insider tips. Finally, for those who may be shifting the financial responsibility for the family to their shoulders for the first time, there are some good ideas for getting started, prioritized and organized.