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Let 2010 Set You on the Path to Wealth.   Believe it or not, recessions make millionaires!  Will you be one? In Start Over, Finish Rich, America's best-loved financial expert, David Bach, explains that 2010 will be the best opportunity for building wealth we have seen in decades. And, as the economy recovers, you must be set up to recover with it. Bach's easy, take-action pl Let 2010 Set You on the Path to Wealth.   Believe it or not, recessions make millionaires!  Will you be one? In Start Over, Finish Rich, America's best-loved financial expert, David Bach, explains that 2010 will be the best opportunity for building wealth we have seen in decades. And, as the economy recovers, you must be set up to recover with it. Bach's easy, take-action plan will show you how.   Start Over, Finish Rich supplies the ten crucial moves you must make in 2010 to get back on track and recapture your dreams of a richer future. Learn how to:   * Get out of debt * Fix your credit * Rebuild your 401k plan * Improve your 529 Plan * Take smart risks * Reorganize your financial life for the high tech age * Update your real estate plan * Change your thinking about money * Recommit to wealth   As Bach says, "A recession is a terrible thing to waste—so don't waste this one! Use it instead to get rich." Read Start Over, Finish Rich and let David Bach put you and your family back on the path to financial freedom.         


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Let 2010 Set You on the Path to Wealth.   Believe it or not, recessions make millionaires!  Will you be one? In Start Over, Finish Rich, America's best-loved financial expert, David Bach, explains that 2010 will be the best opportunity for building wealth we have seen in decades. And, as the economy recovers, you must be set up to recover with it. Bach's easy, take-action pl Let 2010 Set You on the Path to Wealth.   Believe it or not, recessions make millionaires!  Will you be one? In Start Over, Finish Rich, America's best-loved financial expert, David Bach, explains that 2010 will be the best opportunity for building wealth we have seen in decades. And, as the economy recovers, you must be set up to recover with it. Bach's easy, take-action plan will show you how.   Start Over, Finish Rich supplies the ten crucial moves you must make in 2010 to get back on track and recapture your dreams of a richer future. Learn how to:   * Get out of debt * Fix your credit * Rebuild your 401k plan * Improve your 529 Plan * Take smart risks * Reorganize your financial life for the high tech age * Update your real estate plan * Change your thinking about money * Recommit to wealth   As Bach says, "A recession is a terrible thing to waste—so don't waste this one! Use it instead to get rich." Read Start Over, Finish Rich and let David Bach put you and your family back on the path to financial freedom.         

30 review for Start Over, Finish Rich: 10 Steps to Get You Back on Track in 2010

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    As other reviewers have noted, Bach has a tendency to rehash his financial theories in each successive book. This rehash is particularly suited to getting back on track after the recent economic meltdown--or a personal meltdown (Bach himself got divorced, and had to start over). This isn't my favorite of Bach's books (that would be Smart Couples Finish Rich), but I'd recommend it as a great starting point for anyone in a financial pickle. It's short and sweet, and not overburdened with optimistic As other reviewers have noted, Bach has a tendency to rehash his financial theories in each successive book. This rehash is particularly suited to getting back on track after the recent economic meltdown--or a personal meltdown (Bach himself got divorced, and had to start over). This isn't my favorite of Bach's books (that would be Smart Couples Finish Rich), but I'd recommend it as a great starting point for anyone in a financial pickle. It's short and sweet, and not overburdened with optimistic math or cheesy testimonials; I got through the entire thing in less than two hours. If you're in a monetary bind, and feel overwhelmed just reading the covers of most financial self-help tomes, this is the book to check out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    I've enjoyed Bach's books since Smart Women Finish Rich: 9 Steps to Achieving Financial Security and Funding Your Dreams almost a decade ago. More smart and straightforward guidance for getting (and keeping) control of your finances. Plus, it's a quick read. Nice way to begin the new year - I've enjoyed Bach's books since Smart Women Finish Rich: 9 Steps to Achieving Financial Security and Funding Your Dreams almost a decade ago. More smart and straightforward guidance for getting (and keeping) control of your finances. Plus, it's a quick read. Nice way to begin the new year -

  3. 5 out of 5

    Madam Pink Justice

    Favorite quote: "A real emergency is something that threatens your survival, not just your desire to be comfortable." Favorite quote: "Research shows definitively that people who give of their time and money to help others live longer, happier, and wealthier lives." Although this book was written in 2009, reading through this book during covid-19 was timely because the book did not feel outdated at all. Most of the principles applied can be used right now to recover after covid-19. I learned a bi Favorite quote: "A real emergency is something that threatens your survival, not just your desire to be comfortable." Favorite quote: "Research shows definitively that people who give of their time and money to help others live longer, happier, and wealthier lives." Although this book was written in 2009, reading through this book during covid-19 was timely because the book did not feel outdated at all. Most of the principles applied can be used right now to recover after covid-19. I learned a bit more information on credit card debt, fixing and protecting credit scores, building emergency savings, retirement plans, the power of automatic withdrawals for bill payments, getting involved in real estate and the power of giving to others. This book is just a brief introduction to the things listed above. There is not enough information to become a subject matter expert, but just enough to know a little about a lot in the financial world.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anthony McDowell

    AUDIOBOOK. Free on Libby. I love David Bach and he delivered with this one. It's encouraging and informative. It's a little rehash in parts of The Automatic Millionaire but it's 5 years newer (written in 2009 vs 2004) but now that it's 2019 it's a little outdated now. The concepts are essentially the same though so definitely worth the read / listen. AUDIOBOOK. Free on Libby. I love David Bach and he delivered with this one. It's encouraging and informative. It's a little rehash in parts of The Automatic Millionaire but it's 5 years newer (written in 2009 vs 2004) but now that it's 2019 it's a little outdated now. The concepts are essentially the same though so definitely worth the read / listen.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Mukoma

    Good for a basic understanding and starter, but it's the usual stuff. nothing new added here Good for a basic understanding and starter, but it's the usual stuff. nothing new added here

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    Not my favorite, but this one had some good stuff.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    I don't know why I continue to read these personal finance books. They are almost a guilty pleasure at this point. Bach's effort is typical of the genre with a lot of Tony Robbins-like motivational writing (yes you can!) and a common sense plan to paying down debt and saving for the future. If you think you need a book like this, I'd recommend something by Dave Ramsey instead, personally. At it's worst, this book tries to cash in on the recession hysteria and would have been more effective at tha I don't know why I continue to read these personal finance books. They are almost a guilty pleasure at this point. Bach's effort is typical of the genre with a lot of Tony Robbins-like motivational writing (yes you can!) and a common sense plan to paying down debt and saving for the future. If you think you need a book like this, I'd recommend something by Dave Ramsey instead, personally. At it's worst, this book tries to cash in on the recession hysteria and would have been more effective at that if it had been published six months ago. As with all these books, you can save some time reading it if you just remember to spend less than you make.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Miller

    I don't do math, numbers, budgets, or finances, but my boyfriend and I read this together and it has literally changed our lives and wallets. It only took 2 hours to read, and everything he says and suggests is both easy and intuitive. I reccommend this book for EVERY0NE, whether you are just graduating high school, college, or have been living paycheck to paycheck for your whole life. Even if you have no discipline (ESPECIALLY if you have no discipline) with money, this is the book that will ch I don't do math, numbers, budgets, or finances, but my boyfriend and I read this together and it has literally changed our lives and wallets. It only took 2 hours to read, and everything he says and suggests is both easy and intuitive. I reccommend this book for EVERY0NE, whether you are just graduating high school, college, or have been living paycheck to paycheck for your whole life. Even if you have no discipline (ESPECIALLY if you have no discipline) with money, this is the book that will change you forever.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    This book was ok. Bach tends to say the same things over and over again in his books, and he assumes that the average reader is mired in debt and subscribes to premium cable at the same time. I read his "Smart Couples Finish Rich" book a while back and liked that, but this one reiterated many ideas he had already discussed so it was not that helpful. However--it is a good reminder and it discusses many concepts related to credit cards, stocks, savings and home buying that are useful to know. This book was ok. Bach tends to say the same things over and over again in his books, and he assumes that the average reader is mired in debt and subscribes to premium cable at the same time. I read his "Smart Couples Finish Rich" book a while back and liked that, but this one reiterated many ideas he had already discussed so it was not that helpful. However--it is a good reminder and it discusses many concepts related to credit cards, stocks, savings and home buying that are useful to know.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    It was typical, sound financial advice, with lots of good ideas for 'regrouping' after the last 10 years of economic mayhem. I had to laugh though- all of the predictions (i.e., "suppose you have x dollars in the stock market for 40 years and earn x percent per year") were slightly more pessimistic than his 1998 debut, "Smart Women Finish Rich." Apparently we should count on 8% returns instead of 10% returns, and we should all save 12% of our income in stead of only 10%. It was typical, sound financial advice, with lots of good ideas for 'regrouping' after the last 10 years of economic mayhem. I had to laugh though- all of the predictions (i.e., "suppose you have x dollars in the stock market for 40 years and earn x percent per year") were slightly more pessimistic than his 1998 debut, "Smart Women Finish Rich." Apparently we should count on 8% returns instead of 10% returns, and we should all save 12% of our income in stead of only 10%.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Madonna Analla

    Another great book by David Bach. I really like this book because it gives advice after the recession started and the stock market went to hell. It gives new advice for where to place your money for emergencies and gives a strategy for those who lost a lot to get it back. I've felt that finance books written before 2007 aren't too relevant today but this book showed that many of the same strategies are still useful today. Another great book by David Bach. I really like this book because it gives advice after the recession started and the stock market went to hell. It gives new advice for where to place your money for emergencies and gives a strategy for those who lost a lot to get it back. I've felt that finance books written before 2007 aren't too relevant today but this book showed that many of the same strategies are still useful today.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Christian

    Since I'm living in Germany I probably couldn't get as much value out of this book as if I would be living in the US. There are some nice hints in it though and I guess this is a really great book for people who have a really hard time getting their finances right or have been struck by the recession and need some help to get back on track. Since I'm living in Germany I probably couldn't get as much value out of this book as if I would be living in the US. There are some nice hints in it though and I guess this is a really great book for people who have a really hard time getting their finances right or have been struck by the recession and need some help to get back on track.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Yet another awesomely helpful financial book from Bach. He repeats a lot of what you find in his other writings but makes it more timely by putting it in post-recession reference. I think it was a bad idea of the publisher to put a year on the cover; that may deter future use of this book. Rather, it is timely advice for anyone who took a beating in an economic shitstorm.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lesley Looper

    I toggled between a 2.5 and a 3 on this one, and decided to round up. I've read several of David Bach's books, and this is more of the same, really. But it's been a while since I read the last one, so some of the reminders are good, I guess. I toggled between a 2.5 and a 3 on this one, and decided to round up. I've read several of David Bach's books, and this is more of the same, really. But it's been a while since I read the last one, so some of the reminders are good, I guess.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    A short book, this has many of Bach's original concepts, restated for those people that feel wiped out by the last 2 years of economic turmoil. Some information has been updated for 2010. A good book to skim through and re-commit yourself to staying the course and attaining wealth. A short book, this has many of Bach's original concepts, restated for those people that feel wiped out by the last 2 years of economic turmoil. Some information has been updated for 2010. A good book to skim through and re-commit yourself to staying the course and attaining wealth.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Annabelle

    Very informative. Wanted a book that dealt with the current times & percentages of returns, even thought the logic and theory is all the same. I felt that with this book based on 2010 reflections, it was an outstanding read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    Similar material to Bach's other books, but with more of a focus on what to do with your saving goals during a time of economic turmoil. I like his writing style and can always use a reminder of money saving strstegies that are tried and true. Similar material to Bach's other books, but with more of a focus on what to do with your saving goals during a time of economic turmoil. I like his writing style and can always use a reminder of money saving strstegies that are tried and true.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    I knew most of this material already, but just reading a personal finance book gets me energized to save again.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dawnetta

    Very similar to the Automatic Millionaire. He does add a few different pointers in this one though.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Danni

    this is a short little book that I read in a couple of hours. Most of the stuff it suggested was stuff I was doing. I got some good ideas though.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    I listened to the audio book. He has several good reference that would be easier to utilized if you have the written copy.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Philpott

    There was some really useful information about organizing your finances.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    Not as good as his Automatic Millionaire but quality advice yet again.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Stobaugh

    Information is outdated but the core such as The Latte Factor & FinishRich filing system still valid ideas.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Fevrin

    It is a very good book of financial action

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mohamed Tohami

    The book targets the U.S. readers only. However, it contains some useful tips that anyone can use.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    I'm a sucker for David Bach. I'm a sucker for David Bach.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    Pretty basic, but I've read his books before and enjoy the way he writes them. Pretty basic, but I've read his books before and enjoy the way he writes them.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I periodically take out financial books and try some one new, or in this case old, idea

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mihai Patrascu

    Nice ideas and easy to put in practice!

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