• Smart Couples Finish Rich

  • By: David Bach
  • Narrated by: David Bach
  • Length: 3 hrs and 6 mins
  • Abridged
  • Release date: 03-26-01
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio
  • 4.0 (191 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Fighting about money is the number one reason for divorce in America. David Bach, a nationally recognized author and speaker, knows that it does not need to be this way. A financial coach to millions through his seminars, books, and PBS shows, and someone who has helped thousands of couples overcome their money problems, Bach now makes his invaluable tips available for everyone trying to navigate the complex joint-finance waters. With the same uplifting, motivating, no-nonsense style that made Smart Women Finish Rich a nationwide best seller, Smart Couples Finish Rich covers a powerful combination of strategies that help couples work on their finances together as a team. His easy-to-use tools and advice include:

Busting the myths about couples and money
Stopping banks and insurance companies from ripping you off
Funding your retirement, security, and dreams
Achieving both partners' visions and goalsWhether you're newlyweds, celebrating your twentieth anniversary, or on your second or third marriage - whatever age or tax bracket you're in - this comprehensive, positive, financial lifesaver will help you and your partner communicate comfortably about money and start building a strong financial future together.
©2001 by David Bach (P)2001 by Audio Renaissance, an Imprint of Renaissance Media, Inc.
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By Scott Wozniak on 01-18-15

Solid beginner's book

This book is a short, practical, easy to understand book on how couples can better manage money. It covers topics like how 401ks are better than the best hedge fund (tax-free) and how much small costs can add up if they're converted to investments.

If you're looking for a place to start, this is a great read. If you're looking for advanced ideas, then try another book.

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By Paul W. on 09-16-04

One of the best Personal Financial Planning Books

David Bach has found a way to pull people into the fold of financial planning. Starting with goals and dreams is the major piece that every other book on the market leaves out. There are too many people just trying to make a million dollars with no idea of what they are working for. If you know what you want, you can work specifically for it, stay motivated, and most importantly of all, know when you've arrived.

I have read most introductory books on financial planning that are on the market today. This book is probably number one or two on that list depending on my mood.

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By Carla on 03-06-16

Didnt really focus enough on the couples aspect

If you've read the automatic millionaire then you really don't need to read this book. His theories of "paying yourself first" and the "latte factor" are rehashed in this book. Other than "getting on the same page" and "communicating with each other" i didn't really find too much more information on what to do being part of a couple to help me and my partner finish rich. Also, this book was clearly written before the GFC so his advice on finding investments that give you 10% growth really don't really apply given the financial landscape isn't what it was 15 years ago.

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