Dave Ramsey's Complete Guide to Money: The Handbook of Financial Peace University
ISBN: 1937077209
EAN13: 9781937077204
Language: English
Pages: 331
Dimensions: 1.2" H x 9.1" L x 6.4" W
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Dave Ramsey's Complete Guide to Money offers the ultra-practical way to learn how money works.

If you're looking for practical information to answer all your How? What? and Why? questions about money, this book is for you. Dave Ramsey's Complete Guide to Money covers the A to Z of Dave's money teachings, including how to budget, save, dump debt and invest. You'll also learn all about insurance, mortgage options, marketing, bargain hunting and the most important element of all―giving.

Because this is the handbook for Financial Peace University, you won't find much new information here if you've already taken the nine-week class. It also covers the Baby Steps Dave wrote about in The Total Money Makeover, and trust us―the Baby Steps haven't changed a bit. So, if you've already memorized everything Dave's ever said about money, you probably don't need this book. But if you're new to this stuff or just want the all-in-one resource for your bookshelf, this is it

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   This was a REALLY good book if you're wanting to better budget/save your money
This book was recommended by Dr. Goin, who said it was a great tool for people who wanted to better budget. Even if you disagree with Mr. Powell, he makes really good points and writes in a way that is extremely easy to understand. If you have a lot of debt you'd like to get rid of, I highly recommend this book.
 
4
   Good Foundation for Financial Stability
Young people just starting to have financial awareness or towards adults in debt who could use a reminder of how to save. McBride's book is an excellent guide to the basics of financial stability, in other words, have an emergency fund, pay down all your debt, and save money. Some of the information is dated, making it difficult to determine its relevance today. I wonder if his estimates for returns on stocks, bonds and other investments are correct? Still, the report is accurate given the recession and some of its aftermath. Also, I wish I had a bit more depth when discussing some of the investment options as that's the area I find most comprehensible. He approaches his teaching through his Christian faith. This could be a pro or con depending on your perspective.
 
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   garbage
To the frightened killer, he has to tell his entire life story before he cuts to the point using too much info about himself and family that no one needs to know, JUST CUT TO THE CHASE!! He admits that he couldn't get to the point by skipping a lot of pages. Infodump has all but written the book on how to get rich quick. Only a year old can say they're not friends.
 
5
   Advice we all need !
It's great advice, I think we should all be teaching our children before they put themselves in the world.
 
4
   A littler dated for a newer generation
No one buying houses or paying for college in cash. Everything about this book is great advice, even if you're not a doctor.
 
5
   Great book for great price!
At first I was to buy this book for it only by the second week of May, but then I saw all the great reviews and went for it. That was pretty impressive, too, considering the state of the economy at the time. It arrived very early and I was not damaged, wrote Gillian. Brand new customers are always delighted with the service.
 
5
   Great general guide
This was a great general reference guide we will keep for many years to come. Easy to read and down to earth, the book is a delight. Topics included debt relief, budgeting, understanding the different types of mortgages, life insurance, and saving for your kids college.
 
4
   Very good read
Dave was able to provide me with some great insight into how I should have handled our finances. In October, he said, he would be debt-free.
 
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   Missing Pages
It took me a while to get around to reading this book, but I eventually found pages were missing. The book is now available in bookstores across the United States, and in some foreign languages. The second part of the story goes from 121 to 152 pages, then back to 89. The rest is standard procedure: From page 89 onwards the book goes in order. I'm not seeing the book.
 
5
   This book changed how I think of money. GET THE BOOK!
The book has changed the way I think of money, how I budget, and my financial plans, he said. Following the first couple of steps, I have paid off a lot of credit card debt, and will be paying off my last credit card in the next month. I want to know how I was going to free myself and my income from such debt, but the book walks you through the steps and gives advice on how to plan for a better financial future. It is not always easy and it is not without sacrifice, but it is so worth it when you are not a slave to your lenders, Morgenthau said. The workbook is highly recommended.
 
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