Make your money work in 2010 with David Bach's book Start over Finish Rich

Every where we turn, the economy is in the news. Some days there's positive announcements about the stock market or growth. Next thing we hear is negative turns in unemployment and foreclosures.

It's time for us to take charge of our financial situation.

David Bach's book, Start Over, Finish Rich, 10 Steps to Get You Back on Track in 2010, is a straight forward approach to get your finances in order. These 10 easy steps will help you and your family control debt, grow savings and plan for your future.

Some highlights of the book are:
  • Ways to deal with credit card debt
  • Re-energize your retirement accounts
  • Rebuild your emergency savings
  • Rebuild with real estate
  • Rebuild a college fund
All these topics are great for putting your family's finances back on track.

The section that I found most helpful was the chapter on 25 ways to save $5000. I know that I'm always looking for ways to save money in our household. With ideas like cutting out premium cable packages, consolidating technology services or simply cutting back on fast food purchases, all these little changes add up to big savings.

Where can your family save money? We search weekly sales, use coupons and buy in bulk at places like Costco. So far this year putting these ideas to use we've saved several hundred dollars.

David Bach's Start Over Finish Rich is a great reference guide to have in your house. It goes to show that simple changes in your lifestyle can lead to large monetary gains.

David Bach's book is available at

Disclosure: This book was provided to me free of charge by in exchange for writing an article on this blog. All the opinions in this article are my own and we not influenced by any other individual or entity.

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