Personal money management advice that make sense In The True Cost of Happiness, financial journalist Stacey Tisdale and expert financial planner Paula Boyer Kennedy combine their extensive financial experience with a powerful series of interviews and real--world stories to help you make personal money management decisions that make more sense. They begin by discussing how the factors that drive our financial choices and behavior not only run deep, but also represent the way we define ourselves. From there, they reveal how this truth will determine if you can create the kind of financial harmony that not only supports the life you want, but also makes an honest statement of who you really are. The questions they pose are challenging, but essential, because if your financial choices and behavior are not aligned with your true values, youa ll always feel like "something" is missing. And it is this disconnect that is at the root of most anxiety and unhappiness over money.
* Reveals how the first lessons we learn about money as children play out in our adult behavior * Discusses how the messages that society sends us about the ways in which we should behave with money affect our financial choices * Explores factors that can blind us to our true values, and prevent us from making the best decisions possible on issues such as debt, saving, and investing * Illustrates how to create a financial plan that supports a truly happy life Filled with in--depth insights and practical advice, The True Cost of Happiness will put you in a better position to enjoy a life that doesna t compromise who you are.
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Author Biography - Stacey Tisdale
Stacey Tisdale provides business reports for CBS News National and local TV and radio broadcasts. She is US Contributing Editor for Shattered magazine and reports on The American Consumer, a PBS show. She has appeared on numerous programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show and the Today show. She has reported on business and financial issues for more than 15 years, starting at Dow Jones, where she produced, wrote, and hosted programming for Wall Street Journal television, now CNBC. Before becoming a journalist, Stacey worked for the commodities firm Balfour Maclaine and on the floor of the Coffee Sugar and Cocoa Exchange. Paula Boyer Kennedy, CPA, CFP(r), PFS, CIMA(r), AIF(r), is a Vice President at Cammack La-Rhette Consulting in lower Manhattan. Paula has been writing and speaking on financial issues for the past fourteen years. She has worked in the financial planning field since 1993 and in the areas of finance and compensation and benefits since 1980. As recognition for her work, she was named three times to the Worth magazine list of the best financial advisors in America. This is her third book.