Ruth Hayden is a nationally recognized financial consultant, educator, and author based in St. Paul, Minnesota.
She teaches a popular series of classes called, "Couples and Money", which is the basis for her book, For Richer, Not Poorer: The Money Book for Couples. The book and these classes teach a workable partnership model of managing money.
Ruth has been quoted in numerous national publications, including Money, Newsweek, Reader's Digest, Mademoiselle, Working Woman, Money Sense, New York Newsday, Ladies' Home Journal, Parents Magazine, Woman's World, Time, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Minneapolis Star and Tribune, Business Week, Forbes.com and Bankrate.com.
She is a 2006 winner of the Upsize Lifeline Award – an acknowledgement of her work in developing small businesses, and she is a frequent guest and commentator on Minnesota Public Radio.
"Be Your Own Boss"
"Women, Money and Giving"
"Living and Giving: The Final Stages of a Women's Life"
"Living Well, Investing Well, Giving Well"
"Raising Your Financial I.Q."
"Money and Values: Living Regret Free"
"Couples and Money"
"Money and Relationships"
"Women's Financial Planning and Investment Decisions"
"The Status of Women and Money: Strategies for Change."
"Women Helping Women Succeed: Women and Money."
"Women and Philanthropy."
"Women and Money: Work Values."
"Understanding Myself and My Client: Money and the Non-Profit Professional."
"A New Model for Retirement"
"You Can Make Your Life Work! Life Planning For and Before Retirement."
"Facilitating Client Change: A Financial Planner's Guide"
"How Money Attitudes Affect Money Decisions: A Financial Advisor's Guide"