The Money Code Review and Giveaway

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 The Money Code: Improve Your Entire Financial Life Right Now By Joe John Duran, CFA

Does it seem as if there’s never enough money to do everything you want?
Do you struggle with feeling genuine security about your financial life?
Do you feel frustrated talking about money with your loved ones?

You’re not alone. Unfortunately, most of us were never taught how to think and communicate about money. The Money Code is a modern tale of one person’s journey to uncover the five secrets to living his one best financial life.
Through his voyage, you’ll learn how to:
– Prevent bad decisions about money
– Identify your Money Mind–Fear, Happiness, or Commitment–and how it affects every financial decision you make
– Use a custom checklist to improve your entire financial life
– Clearly discuss decisions about money with the ones you love
– Finally take complete control of your financial life
I was given a copy of The Money Code to review.  I don’t normally do reviews of books but I was intrigued by the title and the topic in general.  Who couldn’t use a little help with their financial life, right?  Most of us are not really taught how to make big financial decisions both for ourselves and with our partners.  The Money Code really makes you stop and think about how you view money, how you handle money, and how your past experiences with money influence your decisions on how to handle money.  The author shares how your biases will affect every financial decision you make.  Everyone has one of 3 Money Minds- Fear, Happiness, and Commitment.  It is our Money Mind that guides our decisions on money.  The book is written about a fictional character, Jack, and as he learns more about how to make better financial decisions, so does the reader.  I found the book a very easy read.  It has great tips and a checklist of making financial decisions.  I am sure I will be pulling it out the next time my hubby and I need to make a financial decision.

About the author:
Joe John Duran is CEO and founding partner of United Capital, which consistently ranks as one of the nation’s fastest growing wealth counseling firms. He’s fueled by his passion to change the industry and improve lives by empowering people to make better, more informed financial decisions. From CNBC to CNN, Joe frequently provides commentary on TV. He has been profiled in numerous publications, including the New York Times and Smart Money.

The Money Code is Joe’s third book. His two previous titles are Start It, Sell It, and Make A Mint (Wiley and Sons, 2004) andThe First Time Investor’s Workbook (McGraw Hill, 2001). Joe holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and earned MBA degrees from Columbia University and UC Berkeley. He lives in Laguna Beach, California, with his wife, Jennifer, and their three precious daughters.
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I received a copy of The Money Code for free to conduct my review. The statements expressed by me in this post are my own personal and honest opinions of this product.

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  1. Roseanne A says:

    Money is very helpful lol

  2. Crystal Hine says:

    I wish I had more, so I could help more people and animals.

  3. Veronica DePrato says:

    Money can be a great tool, or a harmful addiction.

  4. Stephanie from CT says:

    um, wish I had more? Wish my hubs and I were more in agreement as to how to handle it.

  5. Jennifer Davis says:

    I love money, however, I do not have much of it. We work with a budget and are always looking for new ways to stretch our dollars.

  6. Kelly Maloney says:

    never seems to be enough

  7. Tosha Marcy says:

    who needs a lot of money when you use coupons? 🙂

  8. MelieMelie says:

    Spending it wisely. Not easy to do sometimes 🙂

  9. Kimberly Miller says:

    I feel money shouldn’t exist; that trading and bartering goods is much better.

  10. I feel like there is never enough money

  11. Mary Happymommy says:

    I think money= power

  12. Money can buy all kinds of stuffs

  13. Barbara Montag says:

    I’m comfortable with it as long as I can pay my bills and have some left over for fun.
    Thank you.

  14. Tracy Robertson says:

    I think that money has to be respected, and that in this country a lot of us tend to spend it as fast as we can. money isn’t everything when you have it, but it can sure make you miserable when you don’t! How can you focus on anything else if you can’t pay your rent or buy food for your family? We should save for emergencies, retirement, rainy days and so on.

  15. money is nice to have

  16. Wild Orchid says:

    I treat money as wisely as I can. I feel like it is a resource that shouldn’t be wasted.

  17. Jennifer Marie says:

    Money is a great thing that should not be wasted.

  18. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I think money is great. I wish I had more. I think it provides security.

  19. Money is King

  20. Thomas Murphy says:

    More money is always better than less money