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10 Oct 2018 03:57 PM EST

Financial advisor and bestselling author Suze Orman has plenty to say about money. According to Business Insider, Orman says getting one's financial act together isn't that hard. In fact, she says it all comes down to one principle. The main action really I would say to somebody is step towards your money, rather than away from it. Suze Orman She's talking about making smart investment decisions, like investing in low-cost index funds. Orman suggests investing a small amount of money each month, such as $100. Experts say index funds work for two reasons: they're low cost and broadly diverse, eliminating risk. This isn't rocket science, people. Everybody can do it, and everybody should do it. Suze Orman

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