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"Kobliner's done it again! Get a Financial Life gives clear and straightforward advice on how to manage your money-even in a financial meltdown. A must-read for 20-and 30-somethings who want to be fiscally smart and financially secure."
-- Soledad O'Brien, CNN
"Beth Kobliner's book provides a much-needed and sensible guide."
-- Paul A. Volcker, Former Chairman, Federal Reserve Board
"One of the best guides to help young people get a handle on money matters."
-- Burton G. Malkiel, Chemical Bank Chairman's Professor of Economics, Princeton University; author, A Random Walk Down Wall Street
"Stop worrying and start reading Beth Kobliner's Get a Financial Life, the best book to help you understand your money in the toughest financial market since the Great Depression."
-- Jim Cramer, CNBC's Mad Money
"A highly readable and substantial guide to the grown-up worlds of money and business."
-- The New York Times
"Get A Financial Life gives you the essential information you need to get your finances in order as you're starting your career. The rest is up to you. Educate yourself, get motivated, and get your finances in shape now by reading this book."
-- Sharon Epperson, CNBC Personal Finance Correspondent and author of The Big Payoff
"Smart, thorough-a tremendously useful guide to all the essentials of sound personal finance."
-- Eric Gelman, Fortune
"A daring book....A life's worth of smart financial advice."
"With numerous insights, this fine book demonstrates that, through discipline and enterprise, anyone can win their financial independence."
-- Tom Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool
"Beth Kobliner is telling you it's time to smell the latte. In Get a Financial Life, Kobliner serves a rich, smooth brew of common sense on everything from paying off your student loan to saving for (gasp) your own kid's future. The advice is thoughtful, precise, and up-to-date. But the simple, step-by-step explanations make getting a financial life easier than steaming the perfect froth on a cappuccino."
-- Saul Hansell, The New York Times