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This is the path to true liberation: how to handle all those hard-earned dollars. Or make do with what you’ve got. And if I were a modern boy, I’d put on a wig and buy one as well. We all need this guidebook.

Lynn Sherr: ABC News Correspondent & Author of Outside The Box: A Memoir

On My Own Two Feet is a must-read for all women who want to own their own destiny. In clear, penetrating prose, Thakor and Kedar guide their readers along the journey to financial security and personal freedom. Whether you are going to run a corporation, a household, or your own extraordinary life, this book is indispensable.

Nancy F. Koehn: James E. Robison Professor of Business

Administration, Harvard Business School “A real page turner – and that’s not something typically said about personal finance books! On My Own Two Feet is chock full of powerful, straightforward advice about how to take charge of your financial future. Trust me, you can’t afford to miss this book.

Denise Brosseau: Co-Founder, Forum for Women Entrepreneurs

On My Own Two Feet is the financial equivalent of the basic black dress and red handbag in every woman’s closet. Choose it early and use it often for maximum positive effects. I mentor many young women, and this book will be one of my recommended financial tools as they build for future professional and personal dreams.

Betsy Heller Cohen: Vice President & Futurist, Nestlé Purina Petcare Company

About Authors

Discover a little more about Manisha & Sharon

manisha thakor and sharon kedar

Manisha Thakor & Sharon Kedar

Manisha Thakor is the founder and CEO of MoneyZen Wealth Management and a Wall Street Journal expert panelist. Her personal finance tips have appeared in national media ranging from the New York Times and More Magazine to CNN and The Today Show.

Sharon Kedar is a business executive, mother, and advocate of financial literacy. She is CFO of a leading investment management firm. Sharon’s hit book, On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance, is now in second edition (2014, 2007 first release). She is also co-author of Get Financially Naked: How to Talk Money with Your Honey (2009). Sharon has an MBA from Harvard Business School, and her advocacy work has been featured nationally including Business Week, U.S. News & World Report, NBC Nightly News, and Oprah & Friends Radio.