Some personal finance experts are popular all over the world because of their principles, concepts and ideas. They have shared their expertise on money management and saving techniques through their books and lectures. These authors have helped people live financially comfortable life by providing easy to follow techniques. We will have a glimpse of some personal finance gurus, who have been providing the right financial advice to their followers.

Dave Ramsey: Dave Ramsey, popularly known as “Debt Free Dollar Man”, is an expert in personal money management. He offers financial advice to people about how to get control of their money and lives. Noted for his preaches on ‘How to get out of debt and stay out of debt’, Ramsey often talks to his clients in a nationally syndicated radio talk show in U.S. He offers problems in personal finances and discusses topics and techniques on saving, investing, retirement planning, etc. Dave became popular for his #1 best-selling book, “The Total Money Makeover”, which furnishes excellent advice on financial fitness. The book demolishes popular myths on personal finance. His other book “Financial Peace Revisited” also gained huge popularity in 2002.

Robert Kiyosaki: Robert Kiyosaki is a well-known investor, educator and entrepreneur. He is noted for his best-selling book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”. The author teaches mainly on how to create wealth by investing in the right channels instead of traditional advice on how to save money. His book is based on the story of two fathers of whom, one is rich and the other is poor. The whole story tells us about how the rich dad and poor dad educate their children. The author has been successful by selling over 26 million copies of his famous 15 books.

Suze Orman: Suze Orman is one of the top personal finance experts in the U.S. She has been called as “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA today. She runs her own talk show “The Suze Orman Show” on Saturday nights on CNBC. Orman entered the New York Times best-sellers list with her book, “The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom”, which emphasizes the emotional way of achieving financial freedom. She became popular when three million copies of this book have been sold. The other two books that have the same success stories are “You’ve Earned It, Don’t Lose It” and “The Money Book for the Young Fabulous & Broke”.

Thomas Stanley: Author of six award winning books that have covered all the common connections of America’s wealthy people, Dr. Stanley has been studying the affluent market in America for over 30 years. He is known for his New York Times best-selling book “The Millionaire Next Door”, of which over two million copies have been sold. Later he published another book, “The Millionaire Mind”, based on America’s financial elite. This book has appeared #2 on the New York Times bestseller list. His latest book, “Stop Acting Rich” in 2009, is seventh among his books. Stanley is an expert in understanding ways of becoming wealthy.

David Bach: David L. Bach is a popular American personal finance author, motivational speaker and entrepreneur. He conducts television shows where he discusses money management techniques. David’s first book “Smart Women Finish Rich” gained popularity by appearing on the New York bestseller list for a decade. The author is best known for his “Finish Rich” book series and “Automatic Millionaire” book series. Of his 12 books, 11 books have been national bestsellers and 4 books – “Automatic Millionaire”, “Smart Women Finish Rich”, “Smart Couples Finish Rich”, and “The Finish Rich” have appeared at the same time on Wall Street Journal’s and Business Week’s best sellers list.

The advice provided by these experts is adopted from their real life experiences and has been tried and proved successful. Should you want to make the right changes in your personal finances, follow any one of these gurus to for healthy personal finance as well as reach to your financial goals.

Author's Bio: 

Money Chutney provides insightful articles on saving, investing, budgeting and financial planning. These articles are intended to provide knowledge and make people aware of methods and techniques on personal finance India, so they can use it to better their financial situation. These personal finance strategies are targeted towards educated middle class people in India, who typically look for information on money saving tips.