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Get Clark Smart: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Rich from America's Money-Saving Expert Paperback – Bargain Price, March 31, 2002
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With the third most popular show on radio, and several books including The Consumer Survival Kit (1993), Howard advises the financially challenged on how to get great deals, stay out of debt, and create a financially sound future. With this latest installment, Howard sticks with his bread-and- butter advice on purchasing cars and homes, prudently investing for retirement, and saving money on travel, insurance, and long-distance calling. He even covers a few things we rarely think about but may be suddenly forced to deal with like funerals, small claims court, and identity theft. Howard is all for the little guy, and it's fun to cheer him on when he uncovers sharklike sales tactics, marketing scams, and some plain old good deals available for the savvy buyer. What sets this apart from similar publications is the comprehensive Internet guide, in which readers can find instant price comparisons on many of the bargains listed in the text, as well as some important consumer watchdog sites. David Siegfried
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
"It could be worth a fortune to you in the long run." -- USA Today --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Most helpful: The End of Chapter summaries laid out with bullet points allow for quick reference without having to re-read the entire text, tightening your focus on the basics. You won't read this one and then just throw it away.
Least helpful: The book was written in 2003 and has not yet been updated to include the new realities for home buyers, sellers, or renters. The banking and (some) credit card information is out of date, as are the contact numbers. However, the vast majority of the book is still, eight years later, right on target. The basic stategies still apply, as does his main message: Do your own research before buying, and don't depend on salespeople to give you unbiased information on anything.
Some other books you may want to check out:Clark's Big Book of BargainsClark Smart Real Estate: The Ultimate Guide to Buying and Selling Real EstateThe Investment AnswerThe Wealthy Barber, Updated 3rd Edition: Everyone's Commonsense Guide to Becoming Financially Independent Clark Howard is on at noon on weekends and has a great website that is constantly updated. He also has additional books on AMAZON.com you may want to check out.