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Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck presents financial planning education

Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck
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Sample Book Club/Reading Group Discussion Questions:
  1. The miracle of compounding interest has been called the most powerful force in the universe.  How can you take advantage?  Are there opportunities to reduce this miracle's evil side?

  2. Rubin mentions ten saving strategies in Chapter 2.   Which one resonated with you the most?  Why?  How can you implement this fiscally responsible strategies without feeling cheap?

  3. Gary is a real pain in the @#%&.  Have you met Gary? Where?  Can you unwind the damage your Gary did to your finances?

  4. Rubin mentions that you can avoid day-to-day budgeting by following the other nine saving strategies. Do you budget today?  What would freedom from budgeting feel like? Would it be something that motivates you to complete the other strategies or would you miss having a tight pulse on your cash-flow? Why?

  5. Was reading Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck your first exposure to a basic financial planning education? If not, where else did you learn?  How do you feel about the current state of financial literacy in this country?  How are you going to teach the necessary money lessons to your children?

  6. Have you made any changes in your life sine beginning to read Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck?  What are they? How does sharing these changes with others commit you to staying the course?

  7. What's been your biggest financial regret? Your biggest financial achievement?  Describe the sense of accomplishment the latter provides.

  8. What are your long-term goals?  How will you prioritize?  How does this reflect on you as a person, in a non-financial way?

  9. What role, if any, does your upbringing have on how you manage money?  How about your ethnicity or gender?

  10. Why is procrastination so prevalent in getting one's financial affairs in order?  What should we do to get over it?

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