Financial Action Plan 2009

January 27, 2009 |

Job layoffs, plunging retirement accounts, home foreclosures… the ripples of the recession are affecting many of us, which is why money expert Suzie Orman says there is no better time to take control of your financial life. This is the year to pick up the pieces and deal with what happened last year in the economy.

If you have questions about debt, savings, real estate or retirement, Suzie has put the answers in a new book she was giving away, Suzie Orman’s 2009 Action Plan: Keeping Your Money Safe and Sound. It gives you a foundation to deal with what happened in your own financial universe last year, and sets you up to plan for the future, because, she says, we’re not quite out of the woods yet. Chock full of very practical information and resources, the 227 page workbook is written in her usual no-nonsense nuts and bolts style and also covers credit, planning for college, spending and protecting your family and yourself.   Contact us at [email protected] for your free copy.

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  1. Peggy Johnson on January 30, 2009 12:34 pm

    I’m afraid to look at what the current value is in my funds. I know Suzie would say, you have to look at it. I will. It’s just so hard to deal with this whole thing. Banks get bailed out, millionaire-CEO’s get bailed out, but millions of people cannot retire as planned, may never be able to retire (me), or may be living on the streets. Not to mention serious illnesses….

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