Single, never married, divorced – college-aged, middle-aged or other – are you wanting to get your finances in order but you can’t find a good book on how to do it? Do the popular financial books out on the market not fit you because they factor in that everyone is married with a house, a yard and 2.5 kids and needs to consult their partner about budgeting and financial decisions? Budgeting as a single person is a different dynamic. Budgeting as a college student or “just out of high school” person is a different dynamic too.
Then you need Singles: Take Control of Your Own Financial Journey
So what’s so great about this book? Well, first off, it’s the simplest book ever on finances. Like, absolutely, amazingly simple to read and understand. Finances don’t have to be complicated. If you’ve been hiding from them because you don’t understand them or are intimidated by them, then this is your book.
Take Chapter 5 for example. The title is: You Aren’t a Snowflake – Face Your Debt Head On – I mean, when you need a kick in the pants, this book is there to give it to you! But this chapter also makes it really easy to put the title to action and knock out that debt.
I am so excited that I have a copy of this book to give away! Do you need this book to help you in 2020? Keep scrolling to the entry form below!
Attention singles! You can take charge of your finances! Tired of the same old financial advice that blames your lackluster finances on your indulgence of avocado toast? Or reading books that make you feel guilty for going out to dinner with friends instead of staying home alone watching Netflix to save a few bucks? Money-saving expert and single girl Laura M. Oliver, AKA A Frugal Chick, understands, and she is here to walk you through her experience becoming financially stable and building a solid plan for the future by sharing her simple strategies to decrease spending, increase savings, and live debt-free while still having a social life. Money doesn’t have to be complicated or overwhelming. Laura shows you how simple it is to take control of your finances. You just have to be willing to take some active steps based on your current financial situation to build a better life for your future.
Singles: Take Control of Your Own Financial Journey will walk you through whichever of those steps you choose. Don’t have any debt? Skip those chapters. Happy with your budgeting strategy? Choose a different path. Married but still want to read the book? Cutting expenses is the same for everyone!
And now for the giveaway!
U.S. Entries only. Giveaway ends 1/20/2020. One winner will be randomly selected from completed entries and contacted at the address used on the entry form. Winner has 48 hours to respond or prize is forfeited.