27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom (Zero Debt) (Paperback)
You might say Lynnette Khalfani is perfectly qualified to tell people how to get out of debt. She's been onstage with Dr. Phil and Jane Pauley and numerous others talking to people about spending wisely and managing their debt. However, what makes her the perfect candidate is that she was over $100,000 in credit card debt herself and dug herself out of it in only three years. While that fact is very impressive, the valuable step-by-step instructions on how to get out of a financial rut is what makes ZERO DEBT a book you'll really want to have.
Khalfani provides her readers with an easy to follow plan to get out of debt. She starts the lessons by defining debt and how most people find themselves caught up in it. Whatever the reason for the debt, it seems Lynnette Khalfani has a plan for it. From simple requests like opting out of credit card offers to more complex tasks like gathering all your bills and finding out what you owe, ZERO DEBT is well-balanced and simple.
ZERO DEBT is written in an easily followed conversational tone, a helpful trait when talking about finances to those who are already stressed when they pick up the book. Lynnette Khalfani breaks it down for the rest of us and I, for one, am grateful she did. I'll be following her steps to get myself on track financially and plan for the bright future ahead. (RAW Rating: 4.5)
Reviewed by CandaceK
of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers