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All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan #2020

All Your Worth The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan This personal finance guide from Dr Phil s financial guru Elizabeth Warren offers a new way of thinking about and managing your money that will allow you lifelong emotional peace and financial well

  • Title: All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan
  • Author: Elizabeth Warren Amelia Warren Tyagi
  • ISBN: 9780743269889
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan By Elizabeth Warren Amelia Warren Tyagi, This personal finance guide from Dr Phil s financial guru, Elizabeth Warren, offers a new way of thinking about and managing your money that will allow you lifelong emotional peace and financial well being.You work hard and try to save money, so why is there never enough to cover all the bills, to put some away in your child s college fund, to pay off your credit card debThis personal finance guide from Dr Phil s financial guru, Elizabeth Warren, offers a new way of thinking about and managing your money that will allow you lifelong emotional peace and financial well being.You work hard and try to save money, so why is there never enough to cover all the bills, to put some away in your child s college fund, to pay off your credit card debt or to relax and have some fun, for once In the New York Times bestseller All Your Worth, mother daughter team Elizabeth Warren and Amelia Warren Tyagi authors of the acclaimed The Two Income Trap tell you the truth about money The authors lay out a groundbreaking approach to getting control of your money so you can finally start building the life you ve always wanted The result of than twenty years of intensive research, All Your Worth offers you a step by step plan that will let you master your finances for the rest of your life.The secret It s simple, really get your money in balance Warren and Tyagi show you how to balance your money into three essential parts the Must Haves the bills you have to pay every month , the Wants some fun money for right now , and your Savings to build a better tomorrow No complicated budgets, no keeping track of every penny Warren and Tyagi will show you a whole new way of looking at money and yourself that will help you get your finances on track so you can enjoy peace of mind for the rest of your life.

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    1. The 1 thing I learned from this book is to divide your expenses into 3 categories must haves, wants, and savings Your MUST HAVES should ideally be no than 50% of your take home pay and include the bills that you would have to keep paying even if you weren t working housing, utilities, modest food budget, etc If you keep this number in line, it clears the path for your savings and discretionary income HUGE lightbulb moment for me once I did my math Your SAVINGS should be 20% of your take home Re [...]

    2. I have become such an Elizabeth Warren fan Don t know who she is She s a Harvard Law Professor bankruptcy who is also on the TARP oversight committee She s done really fascinating studies comparing 1970s finanaces with today s finances and her findings are scary and astounding and worrying The woman is absolutely brilliant and I m very intrigued to see what she has to say about what people can do for their own personal finances in light of all the odds they re up against.Edit 2017 reread I read [...]

    3. I ve been reading personal finance books on and off in an attempt to learn about it The problem is, most of them are either written for a someone who only reads magazines, or are so preachy I find them off putting I m not in debt, so one of the main thrusts of this book is irrelevant to mebut I liked it a lot anyway Lots of useful stuff, nuts and bolts practical advice, worksheets, delivered in a way that s both informative and supportive And motivated me to finally call about my 401K, so it app [...]

    4. Elizabeth Warren, you are fantastic Even with your association with Dr Philbody is perfect This book showcases her understanding of contemporary financial issues facing the 99%, and you can see her growing concern at the increasing lack of government regulation on the financial industry All Your Worth is a stellar book, albeit in places a bit dated, on how to manage your finances, regardless of where you are in life As a single twentysomething, the chapters on buying a house and discussing money [...]

    5. So I am trying to learn about how to have a solid financial lifemething my parents, and many 30 something s parents, were never able to teach me This book was recommended by the head of the credit union at Harvard and it s GREAT It s easy to use and understand and really do able I suggest anyone who needs to learn the basics of setting up a financial foundation get this book.UPDATE I PAID MY CREDIT CARD OFF I attribute that to this book 100% This is a MUST get and read and follow book No dogma, [...]

    6. I had been reading several personal financial planning book when I discovered this one I like the Balanced Money formula they use because it is practical meaning that is leaves room for your extra expenditures that are wants so than needs and it is very do able i can say that this book, along with the accompanying worksheets, help you to get a clear view of your present financial situation and assist step by step in planning for your future Great stuff all you have to do is get the info and app [...]

    7. I knew I would love this and I did Released two years after The Two Income Trap Why Middle Class Mothers and Fathers Are Going Broke, this is exactly what I wanted of from that book a practical, step by step road map for what actual individuals and families should DO, given the present economic situation There are a lot of personal finance books out there, and I ve read a lot of them, but this one is one of the best in a lot of ways.It s balancedThe core of All Your Worth is the balanced money [...]

    8. This book is intelligent, well written and formulates the most common sense plan about financial management I have ever read It doesn t matter if you re a poor young professional or a millionaire, or what your expenses investment lifestyle choices are everyone has something to learn from these incredibly smart ladies They start with the history of financial regulation and how it s influenced the psychology that goes into personal money management Then they dive into teaching you how to balance y [...]

    9. I mostly picked this up just to see how the advice compared to the Dave Ramsey plan we re already using Basically, most of the advice is really similar, although Warren and Taygi structure their plan differently They are insistent that in order to be financially successful, your money must be well balanced between needs, wants, and savings The problem is when any one of these is out of balance with the rest, and the book gives steps on how to get it back in balance While I agree, this does diffe [...]

    10. From a 7 2017 reread This is basically Dave Ramsey s plan which I think already existed when this book was written Dave published Financial Peace in the 1990s Similarities to Dave This book is mostly about the evils of credit cards and debt in general While they don t recommend paying the smallest debt first classic Dave Ramsey , neither do they insist you pay the highest interest rate debt first Bad differences from Dave The authors suggest doing a bunch of worksheets that I have no interest in [...]

    11. So I usually read fiction to escape from life, but anything by Elizabeth Warren is a must read, especially in my field of work consumer law, specifically, working with people with money and credt problems This book blew me away, becuase here I am thinking I know so much about money management, yet I honestly don t have a long term plan or even a day to day plan for saving money or managing my money This book lays out a simple realistic plan for getting your money house in order So vital these da [...]

    12. I wish that this book had been published 40 years ago Warren, and her co author daughter, have a plan for how to allocate one s funds The plan is practical and simple and makes sense Many readers may need to begin with financial CPR before they can adopt the plan 50% of your budget for the MUST HAVE items and 30% for the want to have items and 20% for savings.Some people are in legacy debt or in splurge debt Most very dire financial situations are caused by medical bills and or job loss Warren a [...]

    13. AUDIOBOOK REVIEWThe best part of this book was realizing that my money management skills are actually pretty good The basic message is that your income should be divided as follows Must Haves, 50% Wants, 30% and Savings, 20% When the distribution is uneven, your whole life can become unbalanced For me, the most helpful section of the book was the part that dealt with savings emergency funds to cover 6 months of bills, medium term savings and long term savings for retirement and things like that [...]

    14. I learned of this book on one of the many personal finance blogs I read, and I was mainly intrigued by its philosophy of allocating fun money as part of your budget My father always stated that if you never have enough money left over to spend on the things you want, you re doing something wrong On the heels of my father s advice, I felt this book was right up my alley One of the authors mention that budgeting should be seen like healthy eating a lifestyle change where balance is needed and devi [...]

    15. This was a great book and useful framework on personal accounting and finances including info on getting out of debt, saving for short and long term goals, and negotiating money matters with your partner Highly recommend

    16. Very simple idea for a finance book I liked the 50 30 20 anti latte factor idea because it suggests that people are not just living to save money, they are using money to enjoy living.

    17. Well this is it This is the one I ll buy and make my budget around It makes the most sense, seems the most workable, and is also one of the simplest strategies I ve read.

    18. if you do nothing else but apply the 50 30 20 rule to your life, you will never have to face this sour economy again with trepidation READ THIS BOOKLIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS, SERIOUSLY

    19. It didn t take much for me to fall in love with Elizabeth Warren Her progressive politics, her earnest concern for the plight of all Americans, her frustration with policy decisions that routinely reward big finance over honest people, her ability to shut down detractors with facts and heart, her near obsession with the stories of bankrupt families in an effort to figure out how we can help them she just makes me swoon.Warren s memoir, A Fighting Chance, left me quite smitten with the Massachuse [...]

    20. Heaven help me, I really enjoyed this book I don t know if I d have enjoyed it 10 years ago, but I thought it was valuable now I wonder if reading it would ve helped me avoid some financial mistakes I made buying a house at a bad time, buying a car immediately after buying that house, and having a third kid shortly thereafter.Typing that, you realize There s the rub Warren Tyagi s 50 30 20 rule spend your income in the following proportions 50% needs, 30% wants, 20% savings is a nice idea, but w [...]

    21. This book has some great money advice from a mother daughter team of financial advisors They basically tell us to categorize our spending into three categories must haves, wants and savings These categories are not necessarily the traditional items you may be used to, so read the book to find out their ideas One of the non traditional chapter titles is Count the Dollars, Not the Pennies Most people say, Watch the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves I ve never been a big fan of t [...]

    22. I like that this book is very simple And unlike some personal finance books, its advice doesn t seem terribly likely to go out of date anytime soon If anything, I was very amused at the advice that Warren gives about mortgages and HELOCs, both of which very accurately predicted the things which would keep people safe from the 2008 housing crisis which was three years after this book hit the shelves The 50% needs, 30% wants, 20% savings formula is a decent balance and one which I think most peopl [...]

    23. I can t compare this book or the proposed financial plan to anything else because I am quite green when it comes to money smarts, but this book is so practical that anybody could gain something from reading it I decided to give it a shot because of the author, Elizabeth Warren, and I wasn t disappointed As a thrifty, twenty something I thought that my plan to be as cheap as possible, always, was working well enough I have had enough to make it in San Francisco, on a publishing salary, saving a l [...]

    24. Written in 2005, this book is prophetic both of the real estate crash and Elizabeth Warren s political career Many of the worst credit card abuses railed against here have been fixed by the CARD act, but much of the home buying advice is just sadly self evident in the wake of the collapse Otherwise, though, it s a very sensible, solid, middle of the road guide aimed at middle class working people.The thesis of the book is that older, curb your spending advice is largely irrelevant in a world whe [...]

    25. As a recent college graduate, this appears to be a good common sense primer in how to manage your money without having it take over your life The content feels very realistic and manageable for anyone, and I like the mini rants about crooked financial companies that obviously come from Elizabeth Warren Having a clear cut metric for how much you should spend on essentials, how much you should spend on wants, and how much you should be saving and in what way is very freeing I already feel a lot c [...]

    26. Why I marked as to read This book was recommended by the folks at a first time homebuyer class that I took I am looking into buying a home since in my area we are in a strange real estate period in which rents are extremely high and homeowner interest rates are extremely low.The main reason I am reading this is to really self teach myself to do my personal finances well and get my ducks in a row as I shop seriously as a potential homeowner from someone who has experience and possibly educatio [...]

    27. This is a great money book It s a simple idea no matter how much money you make, if you take a balanced approach, you won t have to worry The recipe for success is to spend no than 50% on Must Haves shelter, food, insurance, transportation, utilities, etc , 20% on Savings retirement, emergency fund, investments, etc and no than 30% on wants cable tv, dinners out, pretty much everything else Warren recognizes that it s difficult to save for your future now than in years past because laws have [...]

    28. Conservative advice on how to structure your personal finances They give no investing advice but it really is a book to help the masses towards financial freedom I ve been impressed by some of Elizabeth Warren s political battles after they had been highlighted by various OWS related videos so got curious about this book when I kept seeing it referenced on multiple personal finance blogs After reading it, I see what they were all talking about It s good to see personal finance books written by w [...]

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