The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying Kindle Edition
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I can't say enough good about this book. Suze gives EXCELLENT guidance, coupled with sensitive insight into how we all differ in our approach to handling money. She explores everything from the basics of getting out of debt, to learning how to invest your money and grow it - in a very intelligent, yet readable fashion.
I recommend grabbing a little note pad while reading, so you've got a place to jot notes and reminders to yourself for follow-up in your own life. I made a page for each topic that applied to me, then put bullet-point notes under each heading. For example, some of my page headings would be: Wills/Trusts, Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare, Term Life Insurance, Long-term Care Insurance, Long-term Disability Insurance, Credit & Debt Management, Investments-Mutual Funds & ETF's, Investments-T Bills, Money Market Accounts.
Though this doesn't detract from the value of the content, I would like to see one improvement in this book: a better (more extensive) index that cross-references the 'small' sub-headings. For example, under insurance needs, it would be nice to be able to look up 'auto insurance' in the index and go to the area that gives you 'rule of thumb' for what a good policy should cover.
Overall, I like this book so much, it will be the "Birthday Gift" book I give to all my family members this year! We ALL need guidance in different ways - this book helps provide that in a very easy-to-grasp way. EXCELLENT read! EXCELLENT information! Keep up the GREAT work, Suze!
Thank you Suze
1. "If you can start investing $100 a month at age 25 at an annual average return of 12%, you will have about $1,000,000 by age 65." 2. "If you start ten years later, at 35, your $100 a month will have grown to about $300,000 by age 65." The sooner you begin investing can mean a huge difference in your retirement lifestyle.
There are other extremely helpful bits of advice that I hope you discover on your own, because this book is worth it.
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I'm still reading - lots of material to think about and this gal knows what she is talking about. It's a good reference book as well and loaded with ideas when it come to some of... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Irene Chapman
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