Can Women Do Better With Money? with David Bach


Guest: David Bach

Description: What are the five critical things every woman needs to know about money? Do women face unique challenges when it comes to managing money? What's changed for women and money over the last 20 years? Host Jordan Goodman talks with international best selling author David Bach about women, money, retirement, working with a financial advisor, and much more. 'Smart Women Finish Rich', Bach's mega best seller, has been re-released with updated content and recommendations for today's economic realities.  Great content for any woman looking to manage money and build security and wealth.

Guest Bio:  David Bach has written eleven national bestselling books, including nine consecutive New York Times bestsellers and with over seven million books in print, translated into 19 languages. His bestsellers include Smart Couples Finish Rich, Start Late Finish Rich, The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, Start Over Finish Rich, Go Green Live Rich, Fight For Your Money and Debt Free For Life, The Finish Rich Workbook, The Automatic Millionaire Workbook and The Finish Rich Dictionary. Over the past two decades David has impacted millions of people through his books, seminars, speeches, newsletter and thousands of media appearances. He has been a frequent contributor to NBC’s Today Show and a regular on The Oprah Winfrey Show and a contributor to CNN’s American Morning and ABC’s Good Money. He’s been a guest on Weekend Today, CBS Early Show, CNN’s Larry King Live, ABC’s Live with Regis and Kelly, The View, ABC News, Fox News, Fox Business and CNBC.

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