Women, Money, and Investments

The Five Lessons a Millionaire Taught Me for Women

By Richard Paul Evans

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Evans explains that money should not be the preoccupation of our lives, but instead our focus should be on the principles that free us to concentrate on God, family, and relationships-- life's true riches.

Why I wrote this book especially for women -- Hard times -- Decide to be wealthy -- Take responsibility for your money -- Keep a portion of everything you earn -- Win in the margins -- Give back -- Is it ever too late to start?

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The Money Club: How We Taught Ourselves the Secret to a Secure Financial Future--and How You Can, Too

By Marilyn Crockett and Diane Terman Felenstein

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Park Avenue women form an investment club, but focus more on education than making money: Here is advice on money management and financial planning, investments, insurance, divorce, and widowhood.

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The Value Line Investment Survey

By Value Line, Inc.

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Investment information and analysis for approximately 1,700 stocks, 90 industries, the stock market, and the economy. Available in print at the library and online.

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The Wall Street Journal: Complete Money and Investing Guidebook

By David Kansas

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A guidebook for the beginning investor. Includes a glossary of terms used in the finance industry, a how-to on reading stock market tables, and information on stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and real estate investing.

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Why Women Earn Less: How to Make What You're Really Worth

By Mikelann R. Valterra

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A practical, step-by-step guide for underearning women who are ready to turn their lives around. It demystifies the process of underearning, explores its underlying psychological and emotional issues, and offers practical advice and strategies to help overcome it.
Also available as an eBook.

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Women & Money: A Practical Guide to Estate Planning

By Patricia M. Annino

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"Too often, women ignore the state of their financial affairs and/or depend on others in their lives to keep them in order. It is only too late that they (or their dependents) realize the significance of having their affairs in order not only in case of untimely death, but with increasing life spans and advances in medical care, in case of incapacity from illness or dementia. Annino, with 20 plus years of experience in estate planning, offers a book that explains, step by step and across many different living situations, why being prepared is necessary and how to determine your specific wants and needs in order to plan appropriately."

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Women & Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny

By Suze Orman

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Suze Orman investigates the complicated, dysfunctional relationship women have with money. At the center of the book is The Save Yourself Plan--a streamlined, five-month program that delivers genuine long-term financial security.

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Your Money and Your Man: How You and Prince Charming Can Spend Well and Live Rich

By Michelle Singletary

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How couples can alleviate the financial issues that lead to conflict, covering such topics as having joint bank accounts, buying and selling real estate, and ensuring a financially secure retirement.

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