Work Your Wealth: 9 Steps to Making Smarter Choices With Your Money by Mary Beth Storjohann

August 10, 2017

Imagine ditching the stress around your finances once and for all. Think about what your life would be like to have control over your money instead of feeling like it has control over you.

Work Your Wealth isn’t your traditional personal finance book. Mary Beth Storjohann, CFP®, speaker and writer makes it her mission to cut through the crap, toss the fancy lingo, make money relatable, and breaks down specific steps and to-dos along the way to provide you with confidence and clarity in your financial life.

Work Your Wealth makes taking control of your finances exciting and easy to do. It provides an organized plan of attack that covers everything from setting goals, budgeting, paying down debt, investing, planning for retirement, using credit wisely, and more. Not to mention a whole chapter that covers your real life money questions. In addition, Mary Beth wraps up each chapter with a list of detailed, actionable Money Moves to help you build the foundation you need to create your own financial plan.

Work Your Wealth educates, motivates and empowers you to gain a financial education, to kick your bad money habits (and your debt) to the curb, to step up and invest in yourself, and most of all to celebrate your wins along the way.

If you’re ready to take control of your money, Work Your Wealth is your ticket to a new financial life.

From <https://www.amazon.com/Work-Your-Wealth-Smarter-Choices-ebook/dp/B01BN0TP0Q/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1468880146&sr=1-1&keywords=mary+beth+storjohann#nav-subnav&tag=bisafetynet-20

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