Jean Chatzky has heard all the excuses for why women donâ€™t deal with their finances. She used to make them herself. For the first time, Jean tells you how she made every financial mistake in the bookâ€”not paying her bills, going into credit card debt, letting her 401(k) lapseâ€”before finally making the decision to take control of her money and her future. Whether youâ€™ve made these mistakes or you want to avoid them, if youâ€™re ready to take charge of your financial life then this is the book for you. In it, Jean shares these valuables lessons:â€˘ Where to startâ€˘ How to decode financial jargon (itâ€™s easier than you think)â€˘ How to get over your â€śIâ€™m not smart enough to deal with moneyâ€ť feelingsâ€˘ Why being a â€śgood-enough investorâ€ť will make you more money in the long-term (while trying to be a â€śgreat investorâ€ť will drive you crazy)â€˘ Why you might think you are bad at math, and why that doesnâ€™t have to be trueâ€˘ How (and where) to save your moneyâ€˘ Why women make better investorsâ€”and higher returnsâ€”than menJean is famous for her ability to explain money and investing. In a clear and accessible way, she breaks down all the scariest parts of dealing with moneyâ€”from investing in stocks to saving for your retirementâ€”to make them doable, easy, and yes, even enjoyable.