The Road to Wealth: A Comprehensive Guide to Your Money

The Road to Wealth: A Comprehensive Guide to Your MoneySuze Orman S Bestsellers The Steps To Financial Freedom And The Courage To Be Rich Changed The Way People Think About Their Money, Helping Them Overcome Their Emotional Roadblocks To Financial Freedom Now, Suze Delivers A Fully Accessible And Authoritative Resource, Loaded With Information Critical To Every Stage Of Readers Financial Lives The Road To Wealth Provides Readers With Practical Answers To All The Questions They Might Or Should Have About Their Financial Futures Sound, Straightforward, Fiercely Honest, And Easy To Understand, Suze S Advice Gives Them The Knowledge And Power To Create A Strong, Debt Free Foundation Amass Assets And Protect Them Through Economic Downturns Buy A Home To Provide For Loved Ones Invest With Confidence And Navigate The Market In Good Times And Bad Secure Reliable Income For Their Later Lives

Suze Orman born Susan Lynn Orman is an American financial advisor, writer, and television personality.

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  • Paperback
  • 608 pages
  • The Road to Wealth: A Comprehensive Guide to Your Money
  • Suze Orman
  • English
  • 10 May 2019
  • 9781573223584

10 thoughts on “The Road to Wealth: A Comprehensive Guide to Your Money

  1. says:

    I bought this on impulse over a decade ago, in the halcyon days of browsing and buying in brick and mortar bookshops Suze Orman was only a vague name to me I hadn t, and still haven t, ever even heard her voice After giving the book a few initial glances, it lay very prettily for years, surviving my occasional purges Finally reading it was a dry affair, but what began as an expected exercise in skimming and skipping became a cover to cover read As a sort of layman s general overview textbook of U.S personal finance, it s very good Orman is clear, concise and comprehensive the subtitle is correct Years ago I read The Pocket Idiot s Guide to Investing in Stocks I d take Orman s one chapter on the subject to that entire book.Caveat this book s a bit outdated I read the 2003 edition but currently there is no edition later than 2008 It stands up well enough though that I plan to get the later edition to keep as reference.

  2. says:

    The book had some good information, but the last chapter was a bit off the rails, in my opinion The chapter on annuities was particularly enlightening, as Orman does not recommend them Even though the information regarding taxation may be changing very soon, this book provides a good primer for familiarizing oneself with all of the financial options available.

  3. says:

    This book just didn t have enough new information for me to justify having read it Maybe it would be beneficial someone who knew absolutely nothing about personal finance, but for anyone with even a modicum of knowledge, this book will be boring.

  4. says:

    Ton of questions, but the answers are a paragraph or less Better info on blogs

  5. says:

    What is delivered in this book is a clear explanation and sound, sage advice If you want to take control of your financial life and make realistic decisions that will help you to thrive, then you will want to read this book I like the no nonsense language The book is easy to understand and the recommendations are easy to implement Over the years since I first read this book, I have found it to be a good manual of reference.

  6. says:

    Suze Orman is widely popular, being on the Today Show, Oprah, CNN, her own radio shows, etc This is a really good reference book I think I will be buying one for my own library This is a large book 597 pages and covers EVERY aspect of personal money from mortgages, savings, all insurances, stocks bonds mutual funds, etc Very good reference on some tax laws that most people get confused on, and lots of great material for future reference how to properly set up estates, wills, retirements, etc Well worth your time in reading and even purchasing the book, even if you only use a part of it.

  7. says:

    I m two disks down, and I feel instead of a road to wealth that it s a get out of debt question and answer book Anyone can google and find out all the information that is presented It s also ironic that I am finding her peppy motivational style of speaking a little annoying when all she is saying is, APR stands for Annual Percentage Rate. It s like she s trying to make a phone book sound really interesting Sadly, it s still a phone book in it s content so far hoping it gets better past the half way point so I can stomach the rest

  8. says:

    I love Suze Orman I think that she is right on with her empowering approach to personal finance This book provides answers to so many questions that it can be a little overwhelming It s like listening to hours and hours of her show I like that format because it brings up scenarios that I don t even have the knowledge to imagine For reading cover to cover, though, it s a bit daunting and sometimes boring I liked reading it in small doses, skipping certain sections Next I d like to read a narrative book of hers that outlines principles rather than answering questions.

  9. says:

    This book had everything It was also written in a language that was fairly easy to understand It had buying a house, insurance, stocks and bonds, and investments I don t think this book was meant to be read I think that it is a reference I sure learned a lot though I didn t read all the chapters because some of them didn t apply to my life.

  10. says:

    After all of the things I ve read of hers and about wills already, I felt like I already knew most of what was in the book, but I think it s direct than her other books and that s what I like I would suggest it to friends who haven t already done much reading on these topics or if they feel weak on just one topic to skip to that Even I learned a few things I hadn t already.

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