My new book – MONEY: Yours, mine or ours? – is a completely practical end to end process for couples and families looking to control their budgets, manage a debt problem or simply find financial balance in their spend. Based on years of my own direct experience of helping couples (and individuals) in all sorts of different financial situations, it even comes with pre-programmed spreadsheets that are designed to be used whilst going through each chapter. Once set up, these spreadsheets only need a few minutes of input a week to keep your entire home financial system entirely up to date, in perfect control and, most importantly, stress and argument free!
The links, downloads and resources that you need for this book are shown below, simply click on the item you need – you can download the spreadsheets as many times as you’d like, the password to access them is in the book.
Finally, I’d love to hear your story or any feedback – good, bad or ugly – so if you could spare a few minutes, please get in touch here and let me know.
Click here to download the spreadsheets that come with the book (from October 2018)
If you have kids between 6 and 18, I highly recommend ‘Go Henry’ to manage their pocket money. They get a proper debit card that is controlled by you, pocket money is paid by direct debt and balances can be amended/added to at any time. For a limited period, you will get £10 added to your account if you use the link below to set up your new account!
To download the open source (Free) versions of Microsoft Office, use the links below:
For learning about spreadsheets, if you need to, I recommend the ‘Dummies’ series. Simply select the one for the version you’re using.
There are many very good (and not so good!) books that deal with relationships, but there’s only one classic in my view. If you haven’t read it, you should:
Understanding financial principles and building wealth are best explained in these two absolute ‘must reads.’ They will change the way you think about money and wealth generation for good.
In terms of dealing with the fear of taking the action you need to or thinking out of the box, there’s two absolute classics I’d recommend:
This is the film that is mentioned in the book, dealing with second chances in terms of money vs family:
Finally, for help on tax and debt advice, use these links:
HMRC tax help – general information for people on PAYE
If you’re looking for a debt solution, then I always recommend Payplan since they charge no fees AT ALL unlike most other companies.
For general advice on money, employment issues and so on, try the Citizens Advice Bureau.