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  • By Stephanie Tower Keating on April 4, 2000

    As a financial planner, I often browse the bookstore section on financial planning to see what is offered. This section has exploded, as financial planning seems to have become the hot topic in this age of growing retirement funds and stock options. How does the buyer in need of help choose the right book from so many? The answer is Let's Talk Money: Your Complete Personal Finance Guide by Dee Lee and David Caruso. This book is different.Most books on financial planning talk about what the consumer should do, with a lot of theories about how to manage money. The consumer still does not know where to start or what to do next. This book goes beyond theory and provides a road map, with checklists and easy to use forms. The organization of the book allows the buyer to use any section independently to solve a financial problem or to use the whole book to put a game plan in place. It is this versatility that makes it a great resource for the financially confused.This is also a book written by practicing financial planners, and it shows. The authors used their experience with clients to answer the most commonly asked questions and to provide clear and easy to follow solutions. All in all, this is a book for anyone trying to make sense of the many financial decisions that we all face today.

  • By Kara DiSandro on April 7, 2000

    What a wonderful book! The structure is such that you can read it straight through or just reference a particular area of interest. It is so easy to read, too. Not something usually attributed to a Financial book!I would recommend this book to novices and savvy financial people alike. For the novice, it is a wonderful guide to getting started. Many people feel overwhelmed when veiwing their personal financial lives, asking "where do I start"? This book will get you started in a very straighforward manner and then give you great tips for how to proceed.At the same time, Let's Talk Money is very helpful for people who are more fiancially savvy. It serves as a reminder of things they should do, may give them some new ideas, and serve as a reference guide going forward.Either way, this is a must read! I enjoyed it immensely!

  • By Brian C. Keating, CFP on May 6, 2000

    I happen to be a Certified Financial Planner licensee, and one component of my business is educating employees of corporations across the country on a variety of personal finance subjects. During, or at the conclusion of workshops, I am often asked by employees to recommend a good book that will assist them with taking control, or learning more about personal finance. Until now I never felt there was one particular book that actually approached and explained the subjects in a way most people can relate and would motivate them to learn more. Most other personal finance books, though they may be comprehensive, are dry and aren't written in a style people who are not in the profession can relate to. This is not the case with Let's Talk Money! Its nice to have a book that I can strongly recommend. Kudos to the authors!

  • By richard fingerman, CFP on April 21, 2003

    As a practicing Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) and Chairman of the Financial Planning Association of MA, I am asked quite often to recommend a book that touches on one's finances without being too technical or boring. "Let's Talk Money" does the job better than any other book I have come across. (And believe me, I've read and reviewed more than you can imagine). This book touches on a variety of topics that effect 99% of the public. Sure there may be books with catchier titles like..."How I made a million dollars in 3 weeks" but if you are looking for real practical advice that's actually fun to read, this book can't be beat.

  • By Frank Delaney on April 1, 2000

    If, like me, you need to know more about managing your finances but don't want to make it your life work, this book is for you. I refer to this book constantly, and appreciate the author's writing style - it's simple, straightforward, easy to understand, and interesting to read. I have also given this book to several of my children, who are beginning to build their assets and need the information it contains. Wish something like this had been available to me 30 years ago!

  • By Colette Bouchez on April 2, 2000

    This book was recommended to me by a friend who is a top Wall Street broker . At first I thought the information would be way over my head - I'm just getting started in the financial world. But I was surprised to discover just how easy it was to understand. The writing is clear and concise throughout - and almost magically, the writers seem to anticipate any questions you might have ,and answer them. It's almost like having a financial planner in the family ! Buy it- the advice is worth a fortune.

  • By A customer on December 6, 1999

    As a human resources director, I am constantly searching for inventive ways to add value to the relationships I maintain with personnel. I began to lend out this guide to personal finances to people with a lot of questions about our 401K, etc., and got very positive responses from just about everybody. I recommend this for anyone in my position, and hope you find it as useful as I do.

  • By A customer on April 6, 2000

    I am not someone who wants to spend hours on end figuring out how to make my money work for me. Being a single mom, I need the facts and easy steps to get me through how to make my family stable. Chapters 1 - 4 made things simple and easy for me to figure out where I was and what action I needed to take next.

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