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Suze Orman's top 25 tips for avoiding financial disaster

GOBankingRates Logo By Gabrielle Olya of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 26: Suze Orman was working as a waitress and making $400 a month at 29 years old. She then decided to make a major career change and landed a job as a broker for Merrill Lynch.
Having been on both ends of the financial spectrum, Orman knows what it takes to be wealthy and how the everyday person can better prepare themselves for their financial future. She is now one of the most respected voices in personal finance and a New York Times best-selling author with more than 25 million Suze Orman books in circulation.
Here is Orman’s best no-nonsense financial advice for saving, investing and preparing for retirement and beyond.

Suze Orman's top 25 tips for avoiding financial disaster

Suze Orman was working as a waitress and making $400 a month at 29 years old. She then decided to make a major career change and landed a job as a broker for Merrill Lynch.

Having been on both ends of the financial spectrum, Orman knows what it takes to be wealthy and how the everyday person can better prepare themselves for their financial future. She is now one of the most respected voices in personal finance and a New York Times best-selling author with more than 25 million Suze Orman books in circulation.

Here is Orman’s best no-nonsense financial advice for saving, investing and preparing for retirement and beyond.

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