Rich Girl, Broke Girl

Rich Girl, Broke Girl

Save Better, Invest Smarter, and Earn Financial Freedom

Kelley Keehn


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The bestselling author of Talk Money to Me teaches women how to feel confident about their money, save and spend wisely, and advocate for themselves.

Do you want to know how to pay off that debt and start saving?
Ready to negotiate a salary raise or better benefits?
Do financial terms and options make your head spin?

Here’s the good news: we as women have more financial freedom and money now than ever before. Here’s the bad news: when it comes to money, many women become paralyzed by financial management and sometimes even defer big decisions to other people, much to their detriment.

What’s the solution? Financial empowerment.

In this handy guide, you will learn how to:
-Discuss money with your partner
-Determine realistic and attainable goals
-Negotiate for the salaries and benefits you deserve
-Splurge occasionally while still saving money
-Understand financial risks and make good investments
-Gain control of your financial destiny

With years of experience as a personal finance educator, bestselling author Kelley Keehn will give you the tools you need to keep and grow your wealth, even if you don’t have much to start from—yet. This unique book brings to life the most common financial conundrums women face, teaching you how to save, spend, invest, and plan for a strong financial future.


Kelley Keehn:
Kelley Keehn is a personal finance educator, speaker, media personality, and the author of ten books; her last book, Talk Money to Me, was a national bestseller. She is the financial educator for The Marilyn Denis Show and previously hosted Burn My Mortgage on the W Network. Kelley has made thousands of radio and TV appearances around the globe. Before COVID, she traveled across the country speaking to many of Canada’s largest corporations. Now, she connects with audiences worldwide, right from her home office. Visit her online at and @KelleyKeehn.