Your Dollars, Our Sense: A Fun & Simple Guide to Money Matters is your go-to guide for decoding the essentials of life and money.
An International Best Seller ranked #1 in six different business and finance categories, Your Dollars, Our Sense is your go-to guide for decoding the essentials of life and money. It makes sense of a variety of topics including credit, saving priorities, investing, home ownership, insurance, marriage, children, retirement, estate planning and much more.
The goal is to provide readers with relatable and simple financial advice to help navigate various life stages and major life events in a fun, informative manner, escaping the dryness often associated with the topic. A great shower, birthday and graduation gift, and a phenomenal read for any age.
To anyone who has thought, I should really know more about my finances, this book is for you. To anyone who has thought, There is just too much to know, this book is for you. Flip through or read cover to cover, it’s totally up to you!
“Your Dollars, Our Sense by the savvy women of Beacon Pointe, is much needed and couldn’t be better timed. Topics covered are important and the advice is invaluable. A terrific guide for navigating life’s financial minefields.”
– Charles Paikert, Financial Planning Magazine
“I have never used ‘fun’ and ‘finance’ in the same sentence, but this book makes finance almost as fun as shopping. Whether you are a millennial, newly divorced, or just want to be financially savvy, this book is for you!”
“This book is an entertaining and articulate overview on how to best prepare for your financial future. The authors, as top-ranked financial advisors and experts in their respective fields, understand the complex and unique need set of every woman. They have done a masterful job to simplify what is traditionally overwhelming terminology – their creative analogies will stick with me forever! Useful for adult women of all ages, I recommend this book as your go-to guide on decoding life’s complicated financial questions.”
– Alison Rooney, Barron’s Financial Investment News