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I now feel like I can form a solid financial plan and stick with it.
Her new book more than lives up to its promise of providing simple, yet very comprehensive, strategies that really work that you can put into effect yourself.
As a retired personal finance college professor, I recommend it in all my seminars.
Have had for several years. continue to refer back for good advise.Published 1 month ago by D. Anderson
Bought this book many years ago for myself when going through a tough financial time. Jane Bryant Quinn's advice is simple and clear and helps you focus on your personal goals. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan Snow
I've read extensively too, Noble on indexing, Random Walk, Pope on Think and Grow rich. Jane condenses it down and simplifies it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tethyss
IF YOU GET ONE THING THING OUT OF THIS BOOK LIKE HER TAKE ON ANNUITIES IT IS IS WELL WORTH IT. IF YOU DON'T LOOK YOU WILL NOT FINDPublished 18 months ago by THEODORE SMITH
As the title suggests, this is a great financial guidebook for busy people. The only reason for 4 in stead of 5 stars is the book's age.Published 19 months ago by M. Lareau
This book was highly recommended. I'm glad I was able to get it on Amazon. I'm anxious to read (still need the time) to get my finances in order.Published 21 months ago by lizasophie
not impressed I expected something deeper. you can get this info just by using google with your question save your moneyPublished on February 23, 2013 by connid
It's amazing that Quinn with her one fan and 75 aliases can create this much interest on a totally boring book. Read morePublished on November 6, 2011 by Business Builder
I found this book had good tips and tricks that may not be obvious to everyone. They feel like "conservative tricks," those which work slowly but are reliable. Read morePublished on August 21, 2011 by Nicholas Deacon