Why Is Money The Number One Cause Of Tension Among Modern Couples? Because most haven't recognized that they're in business together. The Family CFO: The Couple's Business Plan for Love and Money is the first book that teaches partners to apply skills and talents they already use at work to their money lives so that they can stop worrying about finances and put their emotional energy where it belongs -- into making their many dreams come true.

At Some Point In Every Relationship, Money Becomes An Issue.

It often happens when couples first consider moving in together or getting married, or when they're facing a major life decision such as buying a home or having children. Whether it happens sooner or later, though, finally taking control of your financial future is a huge step toward solidifying your relationship and realizing your shared dreams.

The Family CFO introduces couples to a personal-finance plan that turns managing your money into a romantic experience. By applying the tools and rules of the business world to minimize conflict and anxiety, you and your partner can focus on setting priorities and reaching goals instead of arguing over budgets. Then, after learning how to run the Family CFO system, you can work out personalized solutions to some of the biggest challenges couples face, including:

Wrestling control of debt Maintaining your lifestyle if one of you loses your job Deciding whether to change careers Arranging for one of you to stay at home with the kids.

In plain language illustrated with real couples' stories and supplemented with helpful worksheets, The Family CFO offers best family practices worthy of even the most accomplished chief financial officer. And as the authors well know and show, approaching your joint finances like a business can lead to a lifetime of shared pleasure.


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The Family CFO: A Business Plan for Love and Money
by Mary Claire Allvine, Christine Larson

January 17, 2004
ISBN #1579547915
276 pages
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