Money. They say it doesn't buy happiness, but it sure buys everything else. As a finance major in college, I felt like I had a pretty good head on my shoulders about money; that was until I began to realize I would be graduating soon and the word "cut-off" began being uttered from my dad. Life isn't cheap and we, as females, generally are not as well versed at handling money as men. Sad, but true. Far less women are getting business degrees these days therefore many women do not even know the basics of money management. The realization of this is what prompted me to write Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bills. A simple "girlfriend's guide" to finance tailored towards fabulous college girls ready to take over the world. When my sorority sisters began coming to me upon graduation asking how to invest and budget their small starting salaries it jumpstarted this idea and turned into a 30 topic guide. The topics begin with basic financial concepts from interest rates to supply and demand to savings accounts. Also detailed are credit scores, how taxes work, insurance and the basics of investing in stocks and bonds. And finally, a guide of how to present yourself via your résumé and appearance in order to land your dream job. All of these topics are broken down into the absolute basics where anyone can understand these subjects. Whether you are facing graduation and getting a job right now or if it is in your imminent future, this guide will act as a safety blanket to help you NOT be afraid of the topic of finance. Becoming familiar with topics like these make women more confident and your parents surely will be on board with this purchase. Read a few chapters a day or simply keep your guide handy for when you will inevitably need it in the future. You girls can run the world and I'd like to help you get there with Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bills.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Sydney Hedberg is an undergraduate at Ole Miss pursuing a double major in Risk Management & Insurance and Managerial Finance. Her ability to break down what many consider tricky financial subjects is what prompted her to write Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bills in order to help her fellow ambitious women become a step closer at facing their finances with confidence. Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bills makes dull financial topics interesting and simple to comprehend while also adding an element of luxury for the girl who can't seem to give up her department store visits. Breaking down everything from interest rates to buying your own insurance to taxes to investing in the stock market, this book is a crash course in subjects that will provide young females with a boost of confidence and help provide them with a more balanced financial future.
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