Acclaimed Author Reveals the Secrets to Never Argue About Money Again
Statistics show that almost 5 out of 10 marriages end in divorce and 21% of divorcees cite Money as the reason for the relationship demise. This new book is the answer.
By: Madam Money
While there are Marriage Counselors and Sex Therapists, who referees couples battling over the household budget? Couples argue about money matters because they have different financial philosophies, values and speak in different financial languages. In her book, celebrity financial coach Jackson shares simple steps to help couples go from fighting against each other over finances to winning with each other in their quest for financial peace and success.
"Money is a tool and should not have the power to destroy what love created. My dedication is to help individuals learn their and their partner's financial languages to have a healthier, happier and sexier relationship with money together," said Jackson.
Through her book, 4 Financial Languages, she engages her audience and teaches her readers on how to determine their dominant financial language, become fiscally bilingual and speak in other financial languages, fight fair about finances, as well as how Intimacy is the key to having healthier conversations about money for couples.
The book "4 Financial Languages" is available for purchase at MadamMoney.com, Amazon.com, and Kindle.
About the Author
Tarra Jackson, known as Madam Money, has an extensive background as a former banking executive, as well as in financial linguistics, couples financial counseling, credit, investing and insurance, which allows her to connect with her clients and provide strategies and services with an advanced level of expertise. Jackson is also a syndicated financial media contributor, international speaker, award-winning economic empowerment educator and brand ambassador for major corporations. Jackson is available for in-studio, phone and Skype interviews, as well as commentary, Q&As and expert advice regarding this subject.
Page Updated Last on: Apr 28, 2019