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The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2005

    No-Frills Advice

    This book is an investment in itself. Tightly-written chapters are structured in a way that make it easy to browse the book for the information you need and to find the answer to your specific question quickly. Orman doesn't assume a lot of knowledge on the part of the reader and explains the basics well before moving on to more complicated ideas. She also avoids giving the same standard -- and unhelpful -- advice frequently found in other personal finance books. When she writes, 'Screw budgets,' I almost cheered. Most importantly, Orman gives you directions on which tasks to prioritize when you have multiple goals to achieve. For example: You want to save, pay off your credit card debt, and buy a house. Which do you do first? Read this book and find out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2009

    A Good Intro for Young Adults dealing with a young or young and ugly portfolio.

    I was anticipating this book would focus more on young adults who are
    in decent financial shape and what long term methods to imploy early on
    in their young portfolio for long term growth. It does cover some basics,
    but overall it is for young people (Y, F & B'rs) who have already made or
    are in the process of considering poor financial decisions. The most useful
    section of the book in my mind was when Suzie lays out several financial
    decisions NOT to make, regardless of age and finances.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2005

    This is a great Book with lots of details

    I just have to say that i had got this book and it has so many helpful hints in saving money, buying a home, student loans..you name it your answer will be here. It is helping my husband and i figure out how to deal with our outstanding credit card bills, new morgage and much more. this is a winner for anyone in debit!!

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