Think your money questions are dumb?

No Dumb Questions Think your money questions are dumb?Well, they’re not. Or so says my MSN Money colleague Liz Weston, aka the most widely read financial columnist on the Internet. Her latest book, “There Are No Dumb Questions About Money,” is this week’s giveaway.

Liz bases her text on real questions people have asked. In other words, this is information that people like you and I can use.

As a writer she is direct but also compassionate. While she understands how people can get into money trouble, she also is clear that the best person to help you usually is you.

If you have a question or issue you’ve been struggling with lately, I urge you to go to her website, AskLizWeston.com. You will get the benefit of her expertise with the comfort of anonymity.

Note: This title is published as an e-book. It will be sent to the winner as a PDF that can be read on Mac or PC.

To enter:

If you do any (or all!) of these things, please leave separate, additional comments to get credit for each entry.

The deadline to enter is 9 p.m. Alaska Daylight Time on Monday, Oct. 8. If I don’t hear back from the winner by 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, I’ll pull another name. If you enter, check your e-mail on Tuesday.


51 Comments

  1. Thanks for this opportunity. It was great to see Liz at FinCon12.

  2. Thanks for this opportunity. It was great to see Liz at FinCon12.

  3. Sorry for double post. Just delet it and this. I’m on my phone and stool not good with it.

  4. I will read it, then pass it along to each of my kids!

  5. Facebook too.

  6. Barryayaran

    My questions sound mighty dumb to me. I would welcome the chance to be reassured by Ms. Weston.

  7. Elizabeth Waniewski

    I get you bright and early in my email.

  8. Kathy King

    Sounds like a great read. Would love to read it!

  9. I get your posts via email. Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Should be a good (e)book – the more people communicate about money the better off (pun intended?) they will be. Many of the PF bloggers share insight into getting into debt and not the least of it is not understanding how credit really worked, or admitting to the follow-the-crowd-and-just-buy-it mentality. Money issues should not be shame-inducing.

  11. Karen Wheeler

    I love Liz almost as much as you. I always have a lot of questions so I hope I win this one. Hope you are settling in up north.

  12. Sounds like a good book!

  13. I subscribe via email.

  14. I follow you on Facebook.

  15. I subscribe via email.

  16. Would love to win Liz Weston’s book. Thanks for the offer!!

  17. I am happy to be a Surviving and Thriving follower on facebook!!

  18. I subscribe by My Yahoo! and read every post.

    Thanks for offering the give-away.

  19. Sonya Dollins

    I think this wil be a great book to read.

  20. Ro in San Diego

    I would like to win this book. I subscribe by Facebook

  21. Ro in San Diego

    I would like to win. I also subscribe by email.

  22. SherryH

    Oh, this is one I’d like to read! I’m embarrassed to admit that I enjoy Liz’s site when I get there, but I don’t go there regularly. Thanks for the giveaway, and I hope you’re getting all settled in in Alaska.

  23. I’d love to read this!

  24. I subscribe via email.

  25. I’m also on Facebook.

  26. Donna,

    I love both Liz Weston’s work and yours. Just read your post on invisibility. It was perfect. Hope all goes well in Alaska.

  27. Alissa A

    I’m an email subscriber. allali40(at)hotmail(dot)com

  28. Count me in as someone who would love to read Liz’s book too!

  29. Sounds great!

  30. Frugal Cool too

  31. And GRS– Thanks!!

  32. Sounds like a great book, I think I would get a lot out of it, as would my boyfriend! Congrats on the move, hope you’re loving it!

  33. I would love to win the book.

  34. I follow via email and you are on my blogroll.

  35. Follow you via e-mail & FB

  36. ImJuniperNow

    I enjoy trying to stump the experts – I can’t wait to read this book (whether I win it or buy it).

    Thanks, Donna!

    PS Say hi to the Caribou for me!

  37. SUZANNE

    I’m a loyal follower of both you and Liz. Count me in!

  38. Chris B.

    Please put me in the drawing! You two are two of the most “real” financial writers, and I love it!

  39. La La Linda

    Would love to have some useful financial advice

  40. Rhyllis

    I follow Liz on FB.

  41. Jane Bruehl

    Sounds like a great book for everyone to read.

  42. Lorrain

    Thanks for the heads up on the book. I have to admit that I like you best. You are more down to earth and your frugal ideas are always helpful, but she is informative as well. I already “liked” you on facebook. I hope you are happy in Alaska!

  43. I am happy to say I just found your site. I appreciate the opportunity to get the free ebook and perhaps to ask dumb questions.

  44. Margarita Cardenas

    I’m curious as to the type of questions were asked.

  45. Johanna

    Thanks for having a great contest, hope I win.

  46. Juan Vargas

    I’m a fan of Liz, I’d love the book!! :)

  47. Marcus Williams

    Liz has helped me out greatly.. Great idea here!

  48. I would love this book!!!

  49. I would love to win this! I regularly read articles by both Donna and Liz.

  50. What I like best about Liz is that following her led me to Donna.

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