A book by Suze Orman
Do you feel confident about how you handle your personal finances? Maybe a bit uncertain when speaking to a financial advisor? If you’re lost in the sea of financial worry, take the helm of your fiscal ship, and give yourself and your family piece of mind.
In her book, The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying, Suze Orman, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television host, New York Times bestselling author, and financial expert offers her wisdom how to get personal finances back on track. With motivational and spiritual appeal, Orman blends common sense with traditional financial advice.
Written in an informal style, the book is packed with examples how to make decisions involving money. Detailed topics are reinforced by complex scenarios of financial struggle mixed with family affairs. The book also gives the fiscal vocabulary necessary to navigate through money matters.
Orman describes how financial knowledge can bring emotional freedom and empowerment with personal finances. Topics range from handling debt, taking care of family finances, pension plans to insurances, wills and trusts, how to invest, and saving for college.
For a down-to-earth approach to personal finance, read, “The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom, Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying.” After reading, you may see differently, or think differently about money, or possibly feel better equipped to untangle plaguing money problems. And, if you find inspiring ideas, taking action could benefit your present and future financial situation.
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