Elizabeth Warren is a Harvard Law School professor and Amelia Warren Tyagi is a writer and commentator on NPR's Marketplace. Together, this mother/daughter team co-authored the acclaimed The Two Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Parents Are Going Broke. In All Your Worth they give sound advice to those who worry about money. Everyone has the power to balance their funds to cover the Must-Haves, the Wants, and the Savings. Stop worrying! Get the most out of life and enjoy peace of mind.
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"A mother/daughter financial team says that to develop workable financial habits, you need a simple structure for dealing with your money. Your money is balanced, they say, when three categories of expenditures are in proper proportion--the Must-Haves (e.g., food and basic housing), Savings (for the future), and Wants (things you can do without). With a positive grasp of human nature, they offer six clear steps listeners can use to set up that balance. They're persuasive, even seductive, as they help listeners take the long view and be brutally honest about what they really need. Christina Moore's hopeful reading adds charm, credibility, and down-to-earth appeal to this vital lesson. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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