The winner of “The Problem with Money? It’s Not About the Money!“ by Jane Honeck is reader Kellee. She admits her rocky relationship with money comes from not being taught to manage money at an early age. She wrote:
I was never taught to prepare for the future. My mom lived from check to check, so do I. I need to get something started because I am already 10k in the hole from previous unemployment.
Kelle, I hope this book helps you build a healthy relationship with your finances. Honeck, who has 30 years of experience as a CPA, will take you set financial goals. Send me an email with your mailing address within 48 hours so I can send you the book.
Honorable mentions go to Budget Buster who cried for help. Budget Buster has trouble keeping a budget and saving for retirement. The second runner-up is Kelli who admits she has trouble planning for the future because she loves the instant gratification of spending money.
In you didn’t read my review, the premise of the 123-page book is that many people hold beliefs that negatively impact their relationship with money. Honeck includes tools to help you become financially conscious by dispelling such beliefs as money is evil.
If you didn’t win my review copy and would like to read the book, you can order it from Amazon for $15.56 (orig. $19.95). Buying it through Amazon supports BargainBabe.com.