Dave Ramsey's New York Times best-selling guide to better living through financial security, now completely revised and updated.
Dave Ramsey knows what it's like to have it all. By age 26, he had established a four-million-dollar real estate portfolio, only to lose it by age 30. He has since rebuilt his financial life and, through his workshops and his New York Times business best sellers Financial Peace and More than Enough, he has helped hundreds of thousands of people to understand the forces behind their financial distress and how to set things right-financially, emotionally, and spiritually.
In this new edition of Financial Peace, Ramsey has updated his tactics and philosophy to show even more readers:
With practical and easy to follow methods and personal anecdotes, Financial Peace is the road map to personal control, financial security, a new, vital family dynamic, and lifetime peace.
©2003 Dave Ramsey (P)2012 Penguin
I have listened to daves other book - the total money makeover more than 40 times. I bought this book thinking it might add some additional insights, but was disappointed. The difference between the two is that in the total money makeover, dave has a very succinct programme for us listeners to follow. In financial peace, it is more of a rambling journey interspersed with religious references. Clearly dave has developed his programme over time and it shows through in the total money makeover. the other reason to recommend total money makeover, over financial peace is that dave narrates his later book. In this book it is someone else who does not portray the same passion and motivation that dave brings to total money makeover. I listen to daves book every month and despite being a brit, living in britain, the key messages are just as applicable. I am working my way out of debt using caves programme. I strongly recommend any listener to look at total money makeover rather than this book as you will be better motivated, have a clear structured programme and be more likley to get out of debt and become wealthy.
This edition of the Financial Peace book covers the basic principals of budgeting and cash management including establishing a workable monthly budget, the Envelope System, getting debt-free, and strategies for developing an emergency fund and long-term savings.
Dave and Sharon both share their experiences in having it all, the embarrassment and shame of losing it all, and rebuilding their financial lives step-by-step. The book is a helpful and pleasant read. I could hear Dave's "voice" in the words. If you're interested in the topic of personal finance, this is one of the books you should read. It's the kind of advice you'd get from your parents or a trusted aunt/uncle, the voice of experience.
I enjoy the "realness" of Dave and Sharon Ramsey. They share their successes, failures, and what has been learned along the way.
This is another great book by Ramsey. He is the best author on financial subjects that I have found.
Easy to understand and very educational.
Dave Ramsey has an excellent way of conveying the principles of gaining financial peace. I have really enjoyed all of his books.
This is a great book if you did not listen to "The Total Money Makeover". I thought this book was just the same information in that book in a slightly different format. It is not really updated for current times. For instance, it still talks about 18% interest in a good mutual fund.
Nick did a great job, but he did such a good job of sounding like Dave that it was a little eerie.
Yes, and the numbers in there need to be updated for post 2009.
Good book with lots of useful information, but it's not much different from The Total Money Makeover. Mostly the same information with a little more background on Dave Ramsey, who's much better at narration than the one in this book.
I'm glad I went with this version rather than the older, abridged version, and I'm glad I purchased this in addition to The Total Money Makeover. The latter is more effective and actionable; it is short, sweet, and impactful. In contrast, this is a more relaxed listen, but probably won't get me to do too many things differently (except maybe redistribute my 401k categories). I did find it interesting and educational, and listened to it twice in a row. It was easier to listen to the second time; the first, I was distracted by the fact that it wasn't read by Dave Ramsey, who I would have preferred. Nick Sullivan gets more into it as it goes on and does a fine job, but I feel Ramsey is the more engaging and vivacious speaker. I'll probably relisten to it occasionally; like I said, it was an enjoyable listen.
yes, but perhaps more current
Revisited should have been closer to the mark.
be more current;
One of the best so far.
Gaining a sense of control over my finances by understanding what I've been doing wrong for so many years.
When he talked about how he teaches his children about money management.
Yes but it's very long so I listened to it in 4 sittings.
Everyone needs this book.
I've been reading and listening to Dave Ramsey for around 3 years now, and wanted to get this as a way to listen to some of his earlier work. As expected, it's all good solid stuff. Well worth the time spent on it.
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