About The Black Woman’s Guide to Financial Independence
Are you in charge of your financial life?
Whether you’ve just opened your first savings account or you’ve already mastered the basics of money management, you will benefit from this invaluable guide written specifically for today’s black woman. Renowned investment advisor Cheryl D. Broussard’s straightforward approach uses easy-to-understand diagrams and worksheets to show you how to: • Determine your current financial standing • Devise a realistic budget and set financial goals • Get yourself out of debt • Maintain useful financial records • Save for your children’s education and your retirement • Invest in real estate, the stock market, and other money-making ventures
Achieving financial independence has never been more important—or more within your reach.
“We as African Americans are not taught to manage our money. To invest in ourselves, our children, or in our communities. Reading Cheryl’s book helps me to understand that all of this is possible. She enabled me to understand if I could take 10% of my money and give to tithes or a charity, I could also take at least 10% and reinvest in myself and my children to come.”—Tisha Campbell
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About Cheryl D. Broussard
Cheryl D. Broussard runs her own money management firm, Broussard & Douglas, Inc. She is co-host of the Ebony magazine video, Ebony Money Power. She lives in Oakland, California.
Published by Penguin Books Feb 01, 1996| 208 Pages| 7-1/2 x 9-1/4| ISBN 9780140252835