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Financial Freedom

Creating True Wealth Now
Narrated by: Suze Orman
Length: 5 hrs and 14 mins
4 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)

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This practical, systematic approach to financial freedom is divided into three sections. The first one takes us back to our most formative experiences with money. We do this in order to break free of financial worries and take control of our feelings about money. Once we've made this connection, we're then able to change both our attitudes and our actions and start to create a life that is financially free.

The next section contains the Must Dos, the Laws of Money. Here we'll learn how to master the practical elements of financial life. We'll find out about trusts and wills; credit-card debt; saving for retirement; the insurance we should and shouldn't have; and most important, we'll come to understand why it's so critical to trust our own instincts more than others', even the professionals to whom we're so accustomed to listening, when making financial decisions.

The last section takes us beyond the financial realm into an area of life that all the money in the world just can't buy. It is here that we learn the true secrets of the money cycle and realize that we cannot measure our self worth by our net worth. With this last section, we have entered the realm of wealth!

©2002 Suze Orman, a trustee of the Suze Orman Revocable Trust (P)2002 Hay House, Inc.

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"Orman's program combines studio narratives with seminar recordings and is, word for word, one of the most effective programs on the subject." ( AudioFile)

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  • Deborah
  • Santa Rosa, CA, USA
  • 12-20-09

Great clarification

Great information and really good at clarifying certian issues particularly concerning estate related finances.

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Useful but outdated in some parts

Some really good financial information is contained in this book. However there is a reference to the financial laws changing with a deadline in 2010... which of course has already come and gone. The book is outdated in a few parts but that fact doesn't take away from the rest of the book.

If you have ever listened to Suze Orman or have watched her show, than this book is the same Suze Orman that you know and remember. The book is a combination of Suze narrating and some short segments from her seminars. I got the feeling that I attended one of her financial seminars by the time I was done the book.

Suze does give a lot of advice and there are some personal stories mixed in. There's a number of explanations of financial vehicles and different methods of investing your money. The book has some old information in it so it shouldn't be the last financial book you ever listen to. Good book and great narration by the author herself.

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  • Azamat Utenov
  • 11-21-16

Personal finance book

I liked stories and accent on psychology, I. e. psychology is behind our skills to manage money

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  • Mrs. K. J. D. CURRIE
  • 09-15-17

Great advice - love Suze's ideas

Would you consider the audio edition of Financial Freedom to be better than the print version?

Can't compare - I don't have the printed version - audible version is well worth a listen though

What did you like best about this story?

Great advice

Have you listened to any of Suze Orman’s other performances? How does this one compare?

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Well worth listening