This week, my morning roundups are going to focus exclusively on specific personal finance writers. I’ve searched around the blogosphere researching these writers and the takes that others have on them and found a number of good ones.
Today I’m looking at Suze Orman, author of a pile of personal finance books and known to many for her programs on PBS and on CNBC on personal finance issues. She’s a bit brash for some, but her advice is often spot on.
Suze Orman On Saving For College Nickel catches a key point here that many people gloss over in her advice: get your own finances well in order before thinking about saving for your kid. (@ five cent nickel)
Suze Orman: For The Young, Fabulous, And Gay Suze comes out of the closet … and the crowd goes mild. In a nutshell, it doesn’t matter one bit whether you’re gay or straight – it’s still personal finance advice. (@ queercents)
Suze Orman Retro: How To Take Control Of Your Credit Cards A wonderful collection of advice on how to get credit card debt under control.
The Simple Dollar Retro: Review: The 9 Steps To Financial Freedom A very detailed review of one of Suze’s most well-known books. I wound up liking it much better than I expected to.