If you hurry, you can download Suze Orman’s new personal finance book, “Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan”, from www.oprah.com/download before the deadline date of February 15th.
Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan is available for just $10.00 through Amazon.com, with personal finance topics discussing how the current economic situation came about in the first place, as well as chapters on credit, savings, planning for retirement, paying for college, and real estate.
I have already ordered Suze’s book, but I learned it was available (for now) as a free download ebook from Oprah.com, so here is your chance to get it for free in English or in Spanish.
Excerpt from Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan:
“If in late 2007 you were told that over the next twelve months housing would crater to 20% below it’s all-time peak, unemployment would rise from below 5% to nearly 8%, stocks would fall nearly 50%, and a gallon of gas would spike to more than $4 (and then drop below $2) you would probably have shrugged it off as just a whole lot of doomsday-scenario crankiness. But that’s exactly what we all had to live through and continue to grapple with in 2009.
My 2009 Action Plan is designed to make sure you are ready for the unexpected—this year and every year forward. I most certainly hope things get better for us all, but in the meantime I want to make sure you have a plan in place that will protect you no matter what “what ifs” lay ahead.”
While you’re downloading or buying Suze’s Action Plan book, be sure to also check out Power of Less by Leo Babauta to help you further your efforts to gain control over your personal finances and your life.