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Life or Debt 2010: A New Path to Financial Freedom Paperback – December 29, 2009
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Strange but true, financial freedom has almost nothing to do with how much you make or what you know about high finance. It all comes down to three basic principles: get rid of the debt that is shackling you, learn to live below your means, and start investing sensibly and consistently. In Life or Debt, Johnson spells out exactly how to accomplish these goals in a step-by-step plan that covers
* How to calculate what you really earn, where your money goes, and how you can quickly convert debts to investments
* How to quit "working" for credit card companies and mortgage holders by reducing (or eliminating) your debt now
* Why you're actually paying three times the sale price of the items you buy --and how to stop
* How to work out a simple budget that provides ample money for what you need and cuts out unnecessary expenses
* How to melt away that mountain of debt by prioritizing which debts should be paid off first and at what rate
* The secrets of investing wisely and with minimum risk
* 205 ways to save money--it really does add up!
Destroying debt does not mean radically changing your lifestyle or giving up the things you love. It does mean taking charge of your financial freedom and making sure themoney you earn goes to the things you care about. The power to live without debt is yours--let Stacy Johnson and this revolutionary new book help you unleash it now!
"From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
He is also the host of Money Talks the personal finance news series that is the choice of NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC and YAHOO.
Top Customer Reviews
This book is very easy to read and I like the way he uses analogies to describe financial situations. This book is a must to have!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish I would have had this book ten years ago. My husband and i are already retired and we do not have any credit card debt but had I done a few things differently, we would... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Margaret J. Lorigan
Good sound advice. I think one has to be ready to hear and apply it, but the message is strong and is there.Published 9 months ago by Natori Moore
This is an excellent book that should be mandatory on the high school level or the college level or the 50-year-old getting ready to enter retirement years level. Read morePublished 11 months ago by scarlet19
As always, Stacy is clear and concise in explanations. Good basic guidelines for staying focused on debt control.Published 14 months ago by MrsDickens
I was a little disappointed after I got into the book. It really did not tell me anything of help that I didn't already know. Read morePublished 18 months ago by ALBERTA ROSSELL
The info is good, weather its 2010 or 2013, i'm in debt and its working, I am reducing the debt !Published on November 19, 2013 by Frank
Just as described and in brand new condition. Have not had a chance to read this - just giving feedback on arrival time and condition.Published on June 3, 2013 by Analog Nation
purchased for my collegiate granddaughter to think about how to handle her finances, as she will soon be on her ownPublished on March 30, 2012 by Grandma A