The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke

The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke

by Suze Orman
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The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 70 reviews.
AuthorPenn More than 1 year ago
Suze Orman has already helped me stay on track financially and I haven't even finished reading the whole book. Her straight to the point approach gets to the heart of your financial questions and helps you get where you need to be.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Suze Orman's latest book gives detailed expert advice regarding all financial situations; from broke with no money to pay bills to people with 5 IRAs. If you don't know what an IRA is, Suze Orman will explain it to you, along with 401(k)s, Certificates of Deposits, in simple, easy to understand terms. Orman gives advice starting with the basics of digging yourself out of debt to the harder financial moves of buying a house. If you're unsure where to invest your money, Orman will give you several options and will include the pros and cons of each. If you're currently leasing your vehicle, you should read why Orman thinks this is such a huge mistake. The Money book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke is a casual financial book. That seems like an oxymoron, but Orman's advice is simple and easy to understand.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My husband and I are both 23 and have been married for almost 3 years. This book seems like it was written for us! We have student loan debt, credit card debt, and just can't seem to get ahead. This book addresses common mistakes made by people like us. Stop buying budgeting books and buy this book!
Kelly Zugay More than 1 year ago
Easy to read and easy to follow guidelines to help today's twentysomethings achieve financial freedom and financial literacy. I DEFINITELY recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn to navigate personal finance after graduating from high school or college.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Before I picked up this book I was a recent grad who was broke and had no idea how to arrage my debt and where to start investing for the future. I've now read this book twice and bought copies for my brother and cousin. Suze does an amazing job laying out all the options and explaining in English about money. I recommend this book to anyone who needs a new outlook on their financial situation.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My husband and I were considering buying a house we 'thought' we could afford but after reading this book we realized we were way over budget and were in jeopardy of getting into serious credit card debt. We stopped in time and now we are on our way to becoming financially fit.
RLD_NY More than 1 year ago
I've always tuned in to whatever Suze Orman was saying on TV or the radio, so I decided to get one of her books. After flip-flopping back and forth between two I chose this one. It is such an easy and fun read and it touches every question you could possibly have about your finances, especially when you're just out of college. I love how it even goes into jobs, salaries, and negotiations!! I'm 28, six years out of college, working on building a solid financial foundation. However, I've made A LOT of mistakes, gotten in over my head, and I wanted to clean things up before they got any worse, and this book was my ticket. I highly recommend this book for the prevention and treatment of any/all financial disasters you (can) make. Honestly, it should be a required read and study of all college seniors before they graduate, better yet, high school seniors : )
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never been good with money but this book spoke to me.. I am a 23 yr old single female who is defintely YF&B!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
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.
Stephanie_Elle More than 1 year ago
I'm 21 and definitely learned A LOT from reading Suze's Book. I knew nothing about retirement planning, managing my student loans (subsidized vs subsidized) and really didn't know beforehand what I was doing wrong. I can adamently say I now have a solid financial foundation and am ready to take back my freedom from the big banks and institutions that govern my loans and credit cards.  Extremely great book from front to back! (And I am in no way an avid reader)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a decent book but I was a little disappointed with it to be honest. I was telling a friend about it and she recommended another book geared to people in my situation called Go Simple: The Playbook to Financial Security which I bought and found to be an excellent, easy to read personal finance book.
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