Title: Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together
Author: Erin Lowry
Paperback: 288 pages
Publishing date: May 2, 2017
Who is this book for?
- Cash-strapped 20- and 30-somethings who are always stressing about money.
- Anyone looking to take control of their financial health.
What’s inside this book?
- A step-by-step guide to take you from broke to financial master.
- Tips and tricks for tackling every kind of money situation, in addition to basics, like investing, credit card debt and budgeting.
- Anecdotes from Erin’s own journey from a debt-crushed millennial to a money master who successfully negotiated a 40% raise.
4 lessons you’ll learn from this book:
- How to understand your personal relationship with money.
- How to manage student loan debt without falling into a panic.
- How to successfully navigate social outings in which you’re the only broke one among your friends.
- How to find out about your partner’s true financial health.
4 questions this book will answer for you:
- Should I treat money more like a Tinder date or a marriage?
- Is it possible to conquer a mountain of debt without getting a massive windfall?
- How can I learn about money on millennial terms?
- How can I get on the same money page as my partner?
What people are saying about this book:
“Broke Millennial takes the typical preaching and finger-wagging out of money lessons and replaces them with humor, empathy and a fun, pick-your-financial-path twist, while offering helpful and practical advice to successfully navigate all the financial questions you’ll face in the real world.”— Farnoosh Torabi
“Rich with specific advice to guide readers on the path to financial wellness. Millennials who may be overspending because of #FOMO need to read this book stat!”— Bobbi Rebell
“Thinking about money, especially when you don’t have much, can be painful. But Erin Lowry shows that you don’t need to be a mathematical genius to get on the right track. She makes it easy for people to build a financially healthy plan for life. Spend some time with this book, and your financial decisions and confidence will improve, no doubt.”— Nicholas Clements
“If you’re looking for a book to give to a recent grad, your friend who has no idea what a budget is, or just want to read a personal finance book from someone like you who’s been there…you absolutely need to grab a copy of Broke Millennial.” — Jessica Moorhouse
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