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Women and Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Suze is da BOMB!!

I absolutely LOVED this book. I have daughters who don't know the first thing about saving money and no matter how I tried, I couldn't get them to sit down and listen to me explain finance to them. Even simple things like opening a checking account to how being financ...
I absolutely LOVED this book. I have daughters who don't know the first thing about saving money and no matter how I tried, I couldn't get them to sit down and listen to me explain finance to them. Even simple things like opening a checking account to how being financially independent can change your entire life, but Suze's book covers it ALL! And, in layman's terms. Anyone can understand this book. I also participated in the deposit program, thinking there was no way I was going to get that money after one year....but I did get it! I bought three and gave them away to my daughters and a friend's daughter. I'm back for another one for my 20 year old granddaughter - I think she's MORE than ready! Thank you Suze - you really are an excellent resource for anyone - at any level of financial education....or even no financial education...that's the beauty of this book.

posted by Anonymous on September 19, 2008

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

The most basic of all books - Not recommended

I could not be more disappointed with Suze Orman's latest book. I loved the Young, Fabulous and Broke and eagerly awaited Women and Money. It is such a joke. The first 1/4 of the book is basically Suze telling us in her psychoanalytic persona how wonderful and powerful ...
I could not be more disappointed with Suze Orman's latest book. I loved the Young, Fabulous and Broke and eagerly awaited Women and Money. It is such a joke. The first 1/4 of the book is basically Suze telling us in her psychoanalytic persona how wonderful and powerful women are and how we can really get ahead finally. I don't need 1/4 of her book telling me I'm good enough - enough Stuart Smalley. Just give me the real financial details. And what really makes me mad- throughout the book (which is very very basic), she tells us to reference her website for additional info. Uh, hello? I just paid for a book and all I get is the very basic info on Roth IRA and Roth 401Ks? Not once does she say whether we can have a Roth IRA and a Roth 401K in the same year. Maybe if I go to her website, I can find out. What a joke. I would not wish this book on anyone. I think Suze should refund the money to those who purchased her book. Seriously.

posted by Anonymous on March 10, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2007

    The most basic of all books - Not recommended

    I could not be more disappointed with Suze Orman's latest book. I loved the Young, Fabulous and Broke and eagerly awaited Women and Money. It is such a joke. The first 1/4 of the book is basically Suze telling us in her psychoanalytic persona how wonderful and powerful women are and how we can really get ahead finally. I don't need 1/4 of her book telling me I'm good enough - enough Stuart Smalley. Just give me the real financial details. And what really makes me mad- throughout the book (which is very very basic), she tells us to reference her website for additional info. Uh, hello? I just paid for a book and all I get is the very basic info on Roth IRA and Roth 401Ks? Not once does she say whether we can have a Roth IRA and a Roth 401K in the same year. Maybe if I go to her website, I can find out. What a joke. I would not wish this book on anyone. I think Suze should refund the money to those who purchased her book. Seriously.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2007

    Complete common sense

    I am only 29 yet I pretty much know everything in this book. The basic premise of this book is to save as much as you can no matter how little or how much money you make. We all know we should not have to pay for a checking account, seek out the best interest rates on savings accounts and to consolidate credit card debt. The author has too many books out to even be able to come up with fresh, new information for this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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