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The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke by Suze Orman

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Being young and fabulous can be pretty difficult to maintain these days, especially if you're young, fabulous and completely BROKE! Financial guru, Suze Orman doesn't sugarcoat any of her advice to young people in The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke. Each chapter highlights key financial tips that are useful for the young and old alike. The first and (in my opinion) the most important chapter is Know your Score. Our credit score represents our identity in the financial world. It gives creditors an insight into our personal lives and tells them how much they can trust us to fulfill our end of the bargain. Often times our credit scores may be dangerously low through no fault of our own (job loss, illness, etc.) --but with effort, credit scores can be improved over time.

Orman also gives readers advice on love and money which is a huge problem for most couples, and it's often the number one reason why so many couples split up. Orman explains how to merge your finances as you merge your lives together. There's even a section on retirement, life insurance, and wills and trusts. These are all issues that the young and fabulous tend to avoid.

The financial guidance that can be found in this book is priceless. Some of the tips and tricks may have changed slightly due to the current economic situation, but much of the advice is still relevant. If you want to learn how to balance your fabulous life and your checkbook, visit your local library and request a copy today!

For more information visit www.suzeorman.com.
Submitted by SBJ @ East


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