Giveaway: Suze Orman “Women & Money”

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Last summer you may recall Suze launched her new online, a site devoted to helping moms make smarter money choices. Suze has revamped the site and partnered with a team of MoneyMindedMoms bloggers, some of whom you may recognize, to bring you more perspectives on money-related topics. We would like to encourage you to revisit the site and check it out.

MoneyMindedMoms community members have free access to valuable, easy to follow advice about topics such as erasing and managing debt, raising money minded kids and coupons and discounts. Providing moms with sound advice is Suze’s top priority and she takes the time to personally respond to questions from members and has even been known to post a video response in some cases. Plus, every month through May, one lucky member will win 1-on-1 time with Suze through the “Ask Suze” Sweepstakes. The site offers useful tools like a debt eliminator and expense tracker, a coupon savings center, as well as forums for sharing stories and insights with like-minded moms.

The website is wonderful, I have enjoyed all the features it has. If you are looking to live more frugally, save money, or be debt free you have to check this site out. It is easy to use and very organized. I love when you can go to a website and find exactly what you are looking for in seconds, it is layed out very well. There are debt calculators, expense sheets, and a forum to share your money journey with. I have always enjoyed watching Suze Orman on tv, she gives great advice for finances.

To help get started with taking control of finances and getting back on track this year, Suze has also created a list of the 11 things moms can do to increase their financial savvy in 2011:

  1. Stand in your truth
  2. Make finances a family affair
  3. Live below your means but within your needs
  4. Hope for the best, but plan for the worst
  5. Get rid of credit card debt
  6. Save an 8-month emergency fund
  7. Fund your 401k to the match
  8. Fund your Roth IRA to the max
  9. Start a 529 plan for your kids’ college education
  10. Be “happy you did” vs. “wishing you hadn’t”
  11. Never forget people first, then money, then things

To find out more details about how to accomplish these 11 goals, You can also connect with Suze and the MoneyMindedMoms community on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

Giveaway: Suze Orman’s “Women & Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny”? Just leave a comment to win. Open to US residents, contest ends Wednesday March 16th midnight eastern time.

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  1. Diana says

    I would really love to win Suze’s book, as I could truly benefit from her great advice. I have had a rought few years here and am desperatly trying to get back on me feet financially and could use a break these days. Thank you for the great chance to win!

  2. Christina says

    When you’re younger and in college it doesn’t seem idealistic, but as you get older you realize that money does control one’s destiny, and I would like to learn the tips in this book.

  3. Janet Boyanton says

    Suze Orman’s books are always useful and I haven’t read this one. Thanks for offering it.
    jboyanto at swbell dot net

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