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Do your eyes glaze over just thinking about the mumbo-jumbo language of finance? Do you break out into hives when faced with getting your financial life together? Well, sister, you are not alone. In RICH BITCH, money expert and financial journalist Nicole Lapin lays out a 12-Step Plan in which she shares her experiences—mistakes and all—of getting her own finances in order. She talks to you not like a lecturer but as your friend. And even though money is typically an "off-limits" conversation, nothing is off-limits here.
Lapin rethinks every piece of financial "wisdom" you've ever heard and puts her own fresh, modern, sassy spin on it. Sure, there are some hard-and-fast rules about finance, but when it comes to your money, the only person who can tell you how to spend it is you. Should you invest in a 401(k)? Maybe not. Should you splurge on that morning latte? Likely yes.
Instead of focusing on nickel-and-diming yourself, Nicole's advice focuses on investing in yourself so you don't have to stress over the little things. But, in order to do that you have to be able to speak the language of money. After all, money is a language like anything else, and the sooner you can join the conversation, the sooner you can live the life you want.
RICH BITCH rehabs whatever bad money habits you might have and provides a plan you can not only sustain, but also thrive on. You won't feel deprived but rather inspired to go after the rich life you deserve, and confident enough to call yourself a RICH BITCH.
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March 09, 2015
I was a bit surprised at how much I enjoyed this personal finance book. Perhaps that is a bit unfair of me, but I've read enough 'for women' personal finance books to get very annoyed at the whole "you go girlfriend" tone most of them take. However, Rich Bitch, although it does have that language...
March 04, 2015
I have no background in finance and a super limited understanding of it at all. Every time I try to get more information I just end up confused. This is the first book I've read where I left feeling like I had learned something and knew what to do when I put the book down. I think it's a great bo...
April 26, 2015
Rich Bitch was a good introduction to financial planning basics. It’s probably not as helpful for individuals that have already mastered the basics.
May 22, 2015
Entertaining enough but not mind-blowing information.
February 09, 2015
***ARC received courtesy of the publisher & Netgalley.com, in exchange for an honest review***
Ladies, have you ever thought about getting your financial life together, but just didn't know how to make it happen? Well, if so, then this book is the one to check out. Not only was it an informati...
July 30, 2015
It was a very entertaining book to read, but towards the end of the book it felt like there was advice not necessarily applicable to me...or at least not at this time so I kind of drifted away when reading it. But she does make a lot of financial info way more understandable
August 04, 2015
A really interesting read and has some really useful tips not only about finances but just about setting goals and life in general! Really great for where I am right now!
February 13, 2017
I'm a guy. So it was funny to hear how the author (who also was the narrator) asking me to repeat things like "I'm a rich bitch" and how she was going to prepare me to be one.
This is a 12 steps kind of book. Some chapters are VERY basic and at first I thought this book would be average but it bec...
March 22, 2017
Rich Bitch: A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together...Finally
by Nicole Lapin
I gave this book 3 stars because even though there was stuff I didn't like about it, there was a lot of good information in it. Sometimes almost too much. I'll admit, I am not the target audience f...
April 25, 2015
Very accessible language. Written mostly with younger women in mind. What I like about this is that Lapin doesn't operate on the assumption that her readers are already dependent on wage earning spouses. She has multiple chapters on career development and when she talks about family related goals...