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Kara Gammell is an award-winning financial journalist. She has written regularly for a number of national newspapers and magazines, including The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Guardian and The Observer.
Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, Kara lives in West Sussex with her husband, young daughter and two elderly rescue cats.
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"To sum up: a useful, friendly book that's mainly aimed at young mums and will get you to sit up and take notice about the importance of personal finance. I'd also like to thank the publisher for refreshingly not doing a pink cover with a handbag and a pair of high heels on it. " - Penny Golightly
"Unlike many other books, this is not just for people who already have cash to invest, but also for those who would like to accumulate enough to do so. Packed with facts, but jargon-free, it could prove a gift that keeps on giving for wives, daughters, goddaughters and granddaughters seeking financial independence." - Ian Cowie, The Sunday Times
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