The next section contains the Must Dos, the Laws of Money. Here we'll learn how to master the practical elements of financial life. We'll find out about trusts and wills; credit-card debt; saving for retirement; the insurance we should and shouldn't have; and most important, we'll come to understand why it's so critical to trust our own instincts more than others', even the professionals to whom we're so accustomed to listening, when making financial decisions.
The last section takes us beyond the financial realm into an area of life that all the money in the world just can't buy. It is here that we learn the true secrets of the money cycle and realize that we cannot measure our self worth by our net worth. With this last section, we have entered the realm of wealth!
I liked stories and accent on psychology, I. e. psychology is behind our skills to manage money
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Would you consider the audio edition of Financial Freedom to be better than the print version?
Can't compare - I don't have the printed version - audible version is well worth a listen though
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Well worth listening
Great information and really good at clarifying certian issues particularly concerning estate related finances.
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