5 Suze Orman Books That Will Help With Your Finances
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Suze Orman Books
There's a good chance you've heard of financial guru, Suze Orman. She had her own show for 13 years, is pals with Oprah, and has even been spoofed on both Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. However, today we're going to talk about Suze Orman's books!
While she has quite a few books out by now, we narrowed the article down to five of our absolute favorite Suze Orman books, books in which she covers a variety of topics that have to do with money. Even if you think you're well-versed in money, her books are packed with a lot of useful information on saving for retirement, getting out of debt, how to make sound financial choices, and so much more. Orman's books are definitely worth a read no matter where you are in your financial journey!
For even more great financial info, don't miss her podcast, Women & Money! You can even write in with any questions you have.
1. The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream
In The Money Class, Suze Orman brings forth nine different classes that teaches readers different financial strategies that will are applicable to everyday life. From learning the best way to financially take care of your family to planning for retirement, Orman provides you with the tools to make sound financial decisions and shows you how to avoid costly financial setbacks, perfect for readers of every age.
2. Women & Money
Times have changed and women have more financial freedom than ever. Suze Orman's Women & Money teaches women to make the best financial decisions for themselves whether they're single, married, a single mother, a stay-at-home mother, struggling to make ends meet, or whatever they're situation happens to be. Her Financial Empowerment Plan is designed to help bring both financial and emotional security through lessons in protecting yourself, smart spending, building your future, and giving to others.
3. Suze Orman's Action Plan: New Rules for New Times
The financial landscape has changed so much lately. People could once be confident of having a decent retirement saving, paying for their children's education, and their house's value appreciating over time. None of that is a guarantee any longer and people do't know what to do. That's where Suze Orman comes in. Suze Orman's Action Plan teaches you all about the legislation that may impact all your future financial dreams, getting out of credit card debt, FICO practices, building a retirement plan, and living within your means.
4. The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke
If you're in your twenties or thirties, you likely know what it's like to live in debt. Between outrageous student loan debt, a terrible job market, unaffordable health insurance, and sky high cost of living, it isn't any surprise the media has dubbed us "Generation Debt" and "Generation Broke." Suze Orman wrote The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke to help young people with their seemingly impossible financial situations. Through ten chapters, Orman guides readers through their options and to financial security.
5. The Laws of Money, The Lessons of Life: Keep What You Have And Create What You Deserve
In her book The Laws of Money, Suze Orman, unsurprisingly, introduces readers to her 5 Laws of Money, suggesting that if you care at all about your life and your money, then you need to know the information she presents in the book. She attests that once you introduces the 5 Laws into your life, your financial situation - no matter what it is - will begin to improve. The book comes with a guidebook that has you answer a few questions to assess your financial situation to determine what to do with your debt.
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