The Smart Cookies Guide
to Making More Dough
"The enterprising authors address the nitty-gritty of goal-setting, negotiations for raises, debt management and mortgages, and their plainspoken, encouraging style and helpful breakdown of information make this the perfect gift for recent grads-or anyone who needs convincing that financial health is attainable." Publishers' Weekly
This hands-on guide shows you how to eliminate debt, spend smarter, save better, and achieve financial freedom--without sacrificing your social life or your sanity! Read the story of how five women joined forces and dramatically improved their financial situations, and made major developments in their careers, relationships, and life goals to boot. It's a fun, simple, effective strategy for achieving financial success, either alone or by forming a money group.
For tips on starting your own money group, click here.
Need tips on how to spend smarter and save more? Watch Jennifer's interview with Judith West here.
Raves for The Smart Cookies Guide to Making More Dough
"Anyone who's afraid to take hold of her financial life should grab this inspiring book with both hands. These five women, who started as a 'collective financial mess,' turned their situations around in less than a year. They can show you how to do the same."
Liz Pulliam Weston
MSN Money columnist
Author of Deal With Your Debt and Easy Money
"Smart Cookies is a great motivator for anyone looking to sharpen their financial skills and shine a bright light on their financial life. Witty and insightful, this book shows people how they can band together and achieve their financial wishes by getting those dirty little money secrets out in the open and working in concert with one another. It's a great read."
Howard S. Dvorkin
Founder of Consolidated Credit Counseling Services, Inc.
Author of Credit Hell: How to Dig Out of Debt
"I'm not easily impressed by personal finance guides, but it only took a few pages for me to be dazzled by The Smart Cookies' Guide to Making More Dough... The tone of their book hits just the right balance. It's female friendly, but it never lapses into the dizzy, cute tone that plagues so much writing aimed at women." The Austin American-Statesman