Tuesday’s Turning Pages Book Brunch

Date and Time


07/30/2024

Length

1 hour

Description

Get ready to turn those financial faux pas into smart money moves with our latest book selection at Tuesday’s Turning Pages Book Brunch! This July and August, we’re diving into “The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money: Thirteen Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs” by Jill Schlesinger. Join us every Tuesday at 10am CDT as we unravel the financial missteps even the smartest among us make. With a blend of humor, personal anecdotes, and practical advice, Schlesinger guides us through avoiding costly mistakes and making wiser financial decisions. Whether it’s rethinking retirement, tackling college debt, or protecting your identity, this book promises to be the best investment you’ll make this summer. Don’t miss out on this insightful and entertaining read – your wallet will thank you!  

What to Expect

This week you were to read:

  • Dumb Thing #6 (You take on too much risk.)
  • Dumb Thing #7 (You failed to protect your identity.)

These are the chapters we will be discussing. 

Stay on Track

Read Chapters:

  • Dumb Thing #8 (You indulged yourself too much in your early retirement years.)
  • Dumb Thing #9 (You saddle your kids with your own money issues.)

Book Information

Title: The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money: Thirteen Ways To Right Your Financial Wrongs 

Find on NLS: DB110562
Author: Jill Schlesinger

Description: “Hey you, you saw the title. You get the deal. You’re smart. You’ve made a few dollars. You’ve done what the financial books and websites tell you to do. So why isn’t it working? Maybe emotions and expectations are getting in the way of good sense — or you’re paying attention to the wrong people. If you’ve started counting your lattes, for god’s sake, just stop. Read this book instead. After decades of working as a Wall Street trader, investment adviser, and money expert for CBS News, Jill Schlesinger reveals thirteen costly mistakes you may be making right now with your money. Drawing on personal stories and a hefty dose of humor, Schlesinger argues that even the brightest people can behave like financial dumb – asses because of emotional blind spots. So if you’ve saved for college for your kids before saving for retirement, or you’ve avoided drafting a will, this is the book for you. By following Schlesinger’s rules about retirement, college financing, insurance, real estate, and more, you can save money and avoid countless sleepless nights. It could be the smartest investment you make all year.” — Provided by publisher. Unrated. Commercial audiobook. 

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