All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan

Abridged Audiobook

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Date: March 2005

Duration: 4 hours 11 minutes

Summary:

In All Your Worth, Elizabeth Warren and Amelia Warren Tyagi--authors of the acclaimed The Two-Income Trap--tell you the truth about money. They lay out the new rules of money and show you how to get out of debt, cover your bills, and start getting ahead--without needing to carry a calculator everywhere you go. All Your Worth will help you get control over your money so that you can finally start building toward the life you've always wanted.

All Your Worth isn't based on lucky guesses or gut reasoning; it is the result of more than twenty years of intensive research. The authors don't offer you a few quick fixes that are destined to fall apart, and they don't waste time trying to solve problems you don't have. Instead, the authors lay out a breakthrough approach for getting control over your money. And they use this approach to help you conquer your financial problems, step-by-step. They help you create a plan that isn't just for a week or for a month; this is a plan that lets you master your money for the rest of your life.

Whether you are knee-deep in past-due notices or you just don't think you're saving enough, money worries can chew away at your life. Warren and Tyagi are here to tell you that you can stop the worry. You can change it all. With All Your Worth, you can have peace of mind for the rest of your life.

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  • Anonymous

    1 principle to follow from the book 50-30-20 50-Mandatory stuff (home food shelter) 30-Play money (Everything else) 20-Savings (pay credit cards from this 20% then the 20% goes to saving for future) There, I saved you 5 hours - Dont bother to listen to entire book.

  • Tom Marchi

    This book was just outstanding, I am really glad I listened to it. It includes a worksheet that you can print out on your computer that is an excellent resource for getting a handle on your spending. They boil it all down to what ends up being a simple, practical approach to getting your money in order, i.e. something that all of us can actually accomplish. Great book!

  • Anonymous

    Such a slow, slow book. The basic premise is good, but wow, they dragged it out something fierce. Should have been a newspaper article, not a whole book. Definitely only appropriate for the financial beginner.

  • Adiah

    This is the best book on money I've ever read/heard. I agree with the authors that all of those other money books (that I have wasted lots of money on) aren't meant for average people with average money issues.

  • Anonymous

    Same old stuff, just a different package. Maybe there is nothing new on this subject.