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Three Resources for Your Money Life

Over the years I’ve developed an expertise in money matters and have helped many relatives and friends.  I was a licensed financial advisor in my past life so I get lots of questions and I know how to find the answers.    In this post  I’m sharing three resources for those looking to learn more about money.

  • Suze Orman’s “The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke” has information on budgeting, saving and investing.  Written in 2005 it is still relevant and teaches the fundamentals for young adults. I like to give it as a gift for recent grads and those entering the work world.

Suze Orman’s Money Book

  • Laura Adams hosts the podcast “Money Girl.”  I love her advice and tips for money management. Easy going style in a brief, clear format.  Helpful for quick tips on money matters.

Money Girl Podcast

  • I’m  a fan of the blog “Get Rich Slowly” because it focuses on attaining wealth at a realistic pace.  They cover retirement, budgeting, investing and personal finance.  They post on decision making and how to educate yourself about money.  I follow them on Twitter and they sometimes host discussions with contributors on their timeline.

Get Rich Slowly

Use these resources to  educate yourself about the financial markets and develop your own plan for money management.  It can be a steep learning curve, but well worth it in the long term.

Best of luck!!


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