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Financial Peace Revisited

Dave Ramsey knows what it’s like to have it all. By age twenty-six, he had established a four-million-dollar real estate portfolio, only to lose it by age thirty. He has since rebuilt his financial life and, through his workshops and his New York Times business bestsellers Financial Peace and More than Enough, he has helped hundreds of thousands of people to understand the
Timothy S.

Aug 23, 2014

rated it
it was amazing

I loved every part of it. I like how Dave covered everything from getting out of debt, to staying out of debt, to money for singles, married, divorced, etc., to building wealth. My favorite things about this book were how Dave explained The power of compound interest and mutual funds when they’re working for you. I know I’ll be putting large amounts of money into savings and mutual funds. I also know I will be very tight on enjoyment spending during college so I don’t need to get student loans.

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Indy Hart

Dec 10, 2014

rated it
it was ok

Shelves:
reading-group

“I get it. Thanks.”
That was my overall feeling while reading Financial Peace Revisited. This book is a near copy of the other books pushed out by Dave Ramsey. His book “Total Money Makeover” had been suggested to me and then read and reviewed before.

Financial Peace Revisited had a few extra insights in it that I enjoyed, but I probably wouldn’t have done anything more than flipped through it were it not for my reading group.

I might reference his categorical generalizations of the financial decis

Financial Peace Revisited had a few extra insights in it that I enjoyed, but I probably wouldn’t have done anything more than flipped through it were it not for my reading group.

I might reference his categorical generalizations of the financial decisions people tend to make throughout life, simply as a way to remind myself what to be aware of. Other than that, my overall advice regarding this advice-giving book: if you’ve read one of his books you’ve read them all. Take a look at the table of contents, see if there’s anything that catches your eye, skim it, and then put it back on the shelf. Who knows, maybe the simple act of not buying the book will empower you with a little extra “financial peace”.
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