The Money Class by Suze Orman

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Tax season is coming to an end and those refunds will soon be deposited into your bank accounts. Hooray! This may be the perfect time to save that money and plan for your financial future with the help of Suze Orman's book, The Money Class: How to Stand in Your Truth and Create the Future You Deserve.

Orman begins by encouraging readers to "stand in your truth" by taking an honest look at your financial challenges and financial dreams to determine how to best deal with them while considering today's economy. It focuses on all aspects of "The American Dream," including home, family, career, an extensive chapter on retirement, and the importance of saving for emergencies. Orman reminds us to live below our means but within our needs so we can learn to gain as much pleasure from saving as we do from spending.

The Money Class is separated into lessons for all generations. Orman shares a wealth of information that can be shared with your children, parents, grandparents, and other family and friends. All ages are encouraged to fulfill their American dreams through financial freedom.

Overall, Orman is a great financial advisor who shares information in an informing, entertaining, and easy to understand way. Her concepts are empowering and give readers hope that their attitude about finances can change for the better!

Submitted by H. Bell-Henderson @ Center Street


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