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The 60-Minute Money Workout: An Easy Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Finances into Shape

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Financial transformation in just one hour a week!

You can revolutionize your finances in only sixty minutes! Looking for long-term economic stability and not common quick-fix schemes? Discover the secrets that Ellie Kay used to deliver her family from $40,000 in consumer debt. Now a nationally recognized financial expert and best-selling author, Ellie shares her one-hour-
Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 14th 2010 by WaterBrook (first published November 24th 2010)
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Jul 27, 2015 Seekingmylord rated it liked it
While I find the information sound in The 60-Minute Money Workout: An Easy Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Finances into Shape by Ellie Kay and I understood the intention of the "workout" concept, it felt regimented and less motivational in comparison to other books I have read on personal finances. However, I can also see how this book would be very beneficial for people who need a positive structure in approaching discussions about finances with a spouse.

I felt the author added confusion in
Kelly Lynn Thomas
Mar 21, 2016 Kelly Lynn Thomas rated it it was ok
The financial exercises in this book are actually fairly sound to my inexpert reading eyes, but I docked a star because this book contains secret Jesus, and that always makes me incredibly irritable. It's cool if you want to write a book on personal finance for Christians, BUT COME OUT AND SAY SO, don't try to pass off your morality as financial advice (in this case, that you should give away 10 percent of your income to charity, among other things).

The other main issue I had with this book is
Dec 13, 2011 Cafelilybookreviews rated it liked it
The 60 Minute Money Workout is a light-hearted quick read. The idea behind the "60 minutes" is that by spending one hour a week, working through this book, you can revolutionize your finances.

For financial beginners this book is a great place to start if shoring up their budget and making smart financial adjustments is the goal. Ellie Kay writes in a conversational tone that makes readers feel like they are talking to a good friend. She includes personal stories along with humor and makes budge
Book Him Danno
Personal finance is one of my all time favorite subjects, a number one hobby for me. I think I have read almost every book in our library on the subject. When I saw this as an offered book on Blogging for Books I immediately ordered it. I love budgets and making ends meet. Income is such a personal thing and yet I wish I could talk to everyone I know about it.

This book is broken into sections to help you find the areas that you need the most. I found that to be helpful, and the way you would bre
"The 60-Minute Money Workout" is a thorough guide to help get your finances together using Christian principles, using "common sense" methods designed to encourage and guide individuals and families to managing their money.

A helpful guide particularly in these tight economical times, "The 60-Minute Money Workout" is a good alternative for those who are finding ways to trim up their budget and live within their means that is also pleasing to our Heavenly Father.
Kirstin Tesner
Mar 15, 2011 Kirstin Tesner rated it really liked it
I'm still holding out judgement here. The book seems to be written for those who are experiencing a money crisis and not for those who just want to improve their management. The author's money personalities all seem to have some financial crisis in their present or past. That doesn't relate to my personal experience or my husbands. I think couples who want to work together and are experiencing some sort of crisis will find this book useful.
Brian Cremer
Dec 27, 2013 Brian Cremer rated it did not like it
We'll read as much as I could. Not on the same level of other finance books. Nothing I had not already read in better formats.
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A typical book on budgeting and finances. Easy to read for any age!
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