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Your money or your life : 9 steps to transforming your relationship with money and achieving financial independence
Robin, Vicki.
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Rev. ed.
Publication Information:
New York : Penguin Books, [2008]

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xxxvii, 325 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Revised and Updated In an age of great economic uncertainty when everyone is concerned about money and how they spend what they have, this new edition of the bestselling Your Money or Your Lifeis an essential read. With updated resources, an easy-to-use index, and anecdotes and examples particularly relevant today?t tells you how to: ?get out of debt and develop savings ?reorder material priorities and live well for less ?resolve inner conflicts between values and lifestyle ?save the planet while saving money ?and much more In Your Money or Your Life, Vicki Robin shows readers how to gain control of their money and finally begin to make a life, rather than just make a living.
Introduction - Prologue: Managing Your Life as an Integrated Whole - 1. The Money Trap: The Old Road Map for Money - 2. Money Ain't What It Used to Be and Never Was - 3. Where Is It All Going? - 4. How Much Is Enough? - 5. Seeing Progress - 6. The American Dream-on a Shoestring - 7. For Love or Money: Valuing Your Life Energy-Work and Income - 8. The Crossover Point: The Pot of Gold at the End of the Wall Chart - 9. Now That You've Got It, What Are You Going to Do with It? - Epilogue: Nine Magical Steps to Create a New Road Map - Additional Resources - Notes - Index.
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Central Library HG179 .D624 2008 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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Joe Dominguez was born on February 2, 1938. Considered a pioneer in the sustainability movement, he, together with partner Vicki Robin, co-authored the best-seller Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence. Dominguez was 31 years of age when he retired from a job as a technical stock analyst on Wall Street with a nest egg of about $70,000. He continued to live off of the investment income, about $6,000 a year, with a strong desire to tell others how to do the same. The proceeds of his book sales and other efforts to increase financial literacy have been donated to the New Road Map Foundation, an all-volunteer, non-profit foundation founded to promote the reduction of North American consumption.

Dominguez died of cancer in Seattle on January 11, 1997.

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