Financial trainer Susan Hayes believes that every woman can and should get to grips with money management. In The Savvy Woman's Guide to Financial Freedom she gets to the heart of why you might be having problems and, lIke straight-talking American expert, Suze Orman, she comes up solutions whatever your situation.
Think about it ...
How many times have you said to yourself, 'This is the year when I finally get to grips with my finances'? But somehow time slips away and twelve months later you are no better off.
How many times have you decided to stick to a budget only to see events get in the way and your good intentions frustrated?
Do you have a nagging sense that you're not in charge of your money and that your future financial well-being is beyond your control? Even worse, in these challenging economic times, are you so stressed about money that you cannot even begin to see a way out of your situation?
Whether you're figuring out how to squeeze enough money from the family budget to save for a much-needed holiday, finally preparing to tackle years of lifestyle debt, or taking a leap of faith and starting your own business, The Savvy Woman's Guide to Financial Freedom is brimful of down-to-earth and encouraging advice, and practical user-friendly methods, to show you how to get where you want to go.
By following Susan Hayes's guidance you could find that it takes as little as an hour a week to check your financial well-being, to make sure you are on track to accomplish your goals and to achieve ongoing peace of mind about money.
Corkwoman Susan Hayes has had a life-long love affair with business (as a little girl she held board meetings with her teddy bears) and went on to get a BSC in Financial Maths and Economics from NUI Galway. She is managing director of the international financial training company Hayes Culleton. Because of her can-do approach to resolving even the stickiest economic questions in her many media appearances (RTÉ, TV3, Today FM, 4FM, Sunday Independent) she has become known as the Positive Economist.