The Smartest Money Book You'll Ever Read: Everything You Need to Know About Growing, Spending, and Enjoying Your Money

The Smartest Money Book You ll Ever Read Everything You Need to Know About Growing Spending and Enjoying Your Money Stop working for your money and put your money to work for you Tens of thousands of readers trust Dan Solin s advice when it comes to investing managing their portfolios and their k s and planni

  • Title: The Smartest Money Book You'll Ever Read: Everything You Need to Know About Growing, Spending, and Enjoying Your Money
  • Author: Daniel R. Solin
  • ISBN: 9780399537783
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stop working for your money and put your money to work for you Tens of thousands of readers trust Dan Solin s advice when it comes to investing, managing their portfolios and their 401 k s, and planning for retirement Now Solin offers the smartest guide to money management and financial planning yet From managing your debt, maximizing savings, and making smart decisionsStop working for your money and put your money to work for you Tens of thousands of readers trust Dan Solin s advice when it comes to investing, managing their portfolios and their 401 k s, and planning for retirement Now Solin offers the smartest guide to money management and financial planning yet From managing your debt, maximizing savings, and making smart decisions about home ownership or not to insurance, investing, and retirement, The Smartest Money Book You ll Ever Read will be your guide to financial independence for a lifetime and beyond Written in the same no nonsense style as his previous bestsellers, The Smartest Money Book You ll Ever Read breaks financial planning and money management into bite size pieces with immediately actionable advice Covering the key tasks in every area of personal finance, Solin shows you how to Analyze your money problems and get motivated to solve them Get out of debt fast, and draw up a budget you can live on and live with Blow off useless commission based advisors and learn to take control of your own financial future Buy the health life disability auto insurance you need and only what you need Invest so that finally your money works for you, not someone else Step by simple step, this is advice that you can actually understand and follow You can avoid debt addiction and other financial hazards, as well as learn to harness the power of the web to put your money to work.The Smartest Money Book You ll Ever Read is recommended by Mint, the world s largest free online financial planning site, for use by its members However, all of the advice in this book is readily accessible to all readers.

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    About "Daniel R. Solin"

    1. Daniel R. Solin

      Dan Solin is the New York Times bestselling author of the Smartest series of investing books Dan s books have been enthusiastically endorsed by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Vanguard founder John Bogle Kiplinger s listed The Smartest Investment Book You ll Ever Read on its top ten list of the best financial books ever written He also writes financial blogs for The Huffington Post and USNews.Dan s financial talk show, Trade Up with Dan Solin, has received a Letter of Interest from American Public Television Watch the sizzle reel here hyperlink to vimeo 68193604 A former securities attorney, Dan graduated from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.Dan is a wealth advisor with Buckingham Asset Management and the Director of Investor Advocacy for THE BAM ALLIANCE His new book, The Smartest Sales Book You ll Ever Read, will be published in March, 2014.Dan lives in Bonita Springs, FL, with his wife Patricia, a portrait artist He enjoys traveling, spending the summers in San Francisco, playing tennis and speaking to groups of investors all over the country He is passionate about showing investors there is a better way to invest Dan has two children and two grandchildren.

    546 thoughts on “The Smartest Money Book You'll Ever Read: Everything You Need to Know About Growing, Spending, and Enjoying Your Money”

    1. Because I am of a certain age, I am not a fan of mint. The cover of this book has a seal of approval saying “endorsed by mint” I should say so! This book may as well have been written by mint for all the “mint hints”, which are available to mint users and therefore, useless to me. I wonder if Mr. Solin received compensation for the endorsement. If you like mint, you will probably love this book. I did find some value in the material presented and perhaps I will try one of his other books [...]



    2. This book agrees with the best practices for investing laid out in the Investing All-in-One for Dummies by Eric Tyson et al that I'm also currently reading. There's a lot of useful info here about all kinds of personal finance topics and while some of them aren't currently useful to me I'm glad I own this book because I'll probably go back and reference those sections. You can easily just read the chapters on the topics you're interested in and they're all short and to-the-point, with one-senten [...]


    3. Just a heads-up -- this book recommends the use of Mint. On about every fifth page. That said, it's a good book. It covers the standard budgeting, saving, getting out of debt, making your money work for you, how to find the best insurance, whether or not you should own or rent a home, stock markets and mutual funds, estate planning, and how to navigate extenuating circumstances such as serious illness.


    4. This book had a lot of good information. I listened to it in the car on my commute, but I am thinking of actually buying a copy because there is information that I would like to have.


    5. Actionable advice in an easy to understand format without holding your hand or assuming you’re a financial idiot.


    6. It's hard to find a money book to get really excited about because so much of the advice that's out there seems like it should be common sense. Spend less than you earn, save, invest, and avoid debt like the plague. It's all good advice and yet it's not that simple in reality.The financial industry as a whole is full of people whose only goal is to take money out of your pocket and put it in theirs. Invest in an index fund with Vanguard. It's good advice but he doesn't tell you that you need $10 [...]


    7. The Richest Man in Babylon is general principles that apply in any economy, The Smartest Money Book You'll Ever Read is specific advice for modern Americans. Exhaustive in scope, no one person needs all of this advice, but everyone could probably use some of it.It seems that most financial advice writers have one piece of advice that they consider to be of paramount importance, and they feel the only way to impress their audience with the importance of this advice is to repeat it in the same wor [...]


    8. Solin provides more information on budgeting, paying down debt, buying a housewith some repeat information on investing, financial advisors, wills, and insuring yourself and your family. 1- Save 7-10% of your gross (pre-tax) income.2- 95% of actively managed funds fail to match their market indexes3- Devote no more than 25% of your income to housing costs (mortgage, insurance, tax, utilities)4- How much do you need to retire? Experts say 75% of pre-retirement income (that seems high considering [...]


    9. It had too much in it to be truly effective. It had only like 230 pages but 47 chapters so you can understand how everything is shortened and condensed. It's a great book if you are just starting to read finance and aren't really sure of everything just yet because it gives a good overview of a lot (debt, retirement, owning a home, life insurance, investing, estate planning etc). But if you are looking for a finance book that is more detailed in specific areas geared to your needs, I'd recommend [...]


    10. This is a great intro summary into all aspects of personal finance stuff (and a great review if it's been a while since you have paid attention to your own finances). I think this is a must read for everyone to have a basic knowledge of personal finance and to be aware of how to plan for your financial future.


    11. A helpful guide to any financial questions one might have. the author gives many helpful tips in a no nonsense manner. Many of his tips we already know; pay off all credit cards, starting with the highest first. He suggests the only accepatble debt is mortgage debt and gives the website mint for all money matters.


    12. I have read many personal finance books and I have this one to be rather excellent. It went through the basics of Investments, Debt, and everything else that personal finance books typically are about. There were a few pieces of gold within the book itself. I wasn't too impressed on the Mint advertising within the book but all in all I would recommend this book.


    13. This little book is full of good information, particularly for the beginning to intermediate financial mind. The charts, tables, and bullet points are particularly helpful. The ubiquitous "Mint Hints" are somewhat of a distraction, though if you are a Mint user, you'd likely find them helpful.


    14. Hyperbolic title, but the contents live up to that hype. Terrific overview of personal financial issues. Solid advice. I particularly liked it because I have just started using mint which he recommends and highlights throughout the book.


    15. This is a good introductory book and full of good insight. I read others books by Daniel Solin and he seems to care to pass the message.This is why I rated the book 5 starts, for it plants a seed, and it reaches out to a broad audience.


    16. Very informative for beginner investors. It covers many areas but you can skip the chapter not applicable to you. Oh so many mint hints that I had to check out the website. They can be annoying but also helpful.


    17. Smart but simple. These are really just tips, there's no depth to the content. A good place to get started on financial literacy though. He heavily pushes the Mint tool, which would be fine except for the endorsement by Mint on the front cover.


    18. It lays an approachable foundation but I don't agree with some of the stuff he advices. Foremost being on 401(k) loans. I think they are a bad idea all around. I can't think of a good reason to jeopardize my retirement.


    19. For the most part, this book made sense to me. I started to glaze over during the last 25% of the book when it got to the information about what to do in retirement. As a student on a minimal income, I just can't spend my brainpower thinking about that yet. Maybe once I get a "real job"


    20. It provided enough information for me to know whether or now I wanted to continue researching and studying a particular topic.


    21. Great overview of a very broad subject. If you care to learn more, the author provides leads to start your search. Else, this is just enough to set a firm financial foundation.





    22. A good basic understanding of finances, mutual funds, questions to ask and think about! Nice short chapters great references


    23. Meh. If I had money to invest, I think this book would come in handy. Seeing how I don't, well, doesn't really apply to me.


    24. This book is very broad but not very deep. It covers a lot of personal finance material without giving very strong opinions on any topics. I learned a bit from it, but it wasn't great.


    25. Not really any new information in here. I preferred David Bach's book, because I think it explains things a little better.



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