qHow do I get the most out of my money? Can I splurge if I want to? Where do I find my credit score? How do I improve my credit and deal with debt? There are so many investments, how do I choose? Spend and invest your hard earned dollars in an effective way! qMoneyliciousqis an easy-to-understand guide for anyone who wants to learn about money and personal finance. Twenty-something Ornella Grosz will help you recover from, or better yet avoid, the slippery slope of debt!qMoneylicious: A Financial Clue for Generation Yq explains the basics of: investing, banking, purchasing your first home, the importance of spending with a touch of humor (yes, you can buy $100 pair of jeans), and much more! For Gen Y . . . written by Gen Y . . . Moneylicious provides a great financial roadmap. Ornella's willingness to share her own stories not only engages the reader but creates a learning environment where the basics of money and investing are not only explained . . . but shared in a way that is entertaining as well as experiential. 'This book should be required reading for all young people in high school and college. Armed with the knowledge that Ornella shares, the readers will be prepared to not only survive . . . but to thrive in the financial world they face.' ~Sharon Lechter, Founder and CEO of Pay Your Family First, member of the first PresidentAis Advisory Council on FinancialLiteracy, the AICPA Financial Literacy Commission and co-author of the National Bestseller Think and Grow RichAiThree Feet From GoldHow did we end up with so much credit card debt? Could it be the ... Maybe we began with one credit card to begin establishing our credit, only to find out we enjoyed spending money we didna#39;t have in our bank accounts. ... I feel I should stand up to say, aI am a plastic cardaholic and I started my credit card debt in my early 20s. ... She had to get a debt consolidating company to help her pay off her debt.
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