Several personal finance experts have gained global popularity due to their principles, concepts, and ideas on money management and saving techniques. Through their books and lectures, they have shared expertise that helps people lead financially comfortable lives by offering easy-to-follow techniques. Let’s take a glimpse at some of these personal finance gurus who provide invaluable financial advice to their followers.
Dave Ramsey: Known as the “Debt Free Dollar Man,” Dave Ramsey specializes in personal money management. He offers advice on gaining control of finances and lives, particularly focusing on getting out of debt and staying out of it. Ramsey hosts a nationally syndicated radio talk show where he addresses personal finance issues and discusses topics like saving, investing, and retirement planning. His #1 best-selling book, “The Total Money Makeover,” provides excellent guidance on financial fitness by debunking common myths about personal finance. Ramsey’s other popular book, “Financial Peace Revisited,” also gained significant acclaim in 2002.
Robert Kiyosaki: Renowned as an investor, educator, and entrepreneur, Robert Kiyosaki gained fame through his best-selling book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad.” He teaches readers how to create wealth by investing in the right channels, diverging from traditional advice on saving money. The book revolves around the story of two fathers—one rich and one poor—and explores how their differing perspectives on wealth shape their children’s education. Kiyosaki’s success includes selling over 26 million copies of his 15 books.
Suze Orman: Suze Orman is a leading personal finance expert in the U.S., dubbed as a “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA Today. She hosts her own talk show, “The Suze Orman Show,” on CNBC. Orman gained prominence with her book “The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom,” which emphasizes an emotional approach to achieving financial independence. Selling three million copies, this book propelled her onto the New York Times best-sellers list. Her other successful books include “You’ve Earned It, Don’t Lose It” and “The Money Book for the Young Fabulous & Broke.”