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Twenty-three-year-old Zac Bissonnette - the author of Debt-Free U - knows exactly what you’re going through. He demystifies the many traps young people fall victim to in their post-college years. He offers fresh insights on everything from job hunting to buying a car to saving for retirement that will give you a foundation for a secure, stable, and happy life.
In the process, he reveals why FICO scores are overrated, online job applications are a waste of time, car loans are for suckers, and credit-card rewards are a scam. With detours to discuss wine connoisseurs, Really Broke Housewives, and Lenny Dykstra, Zac shows you how to make better choices today so you can be richer, smarter (and better-looking!) for years to come.
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By Scott Fabel on 10-19-12
It seems to me that nearly all financial advice books are about the same. I'm not even sure why I continue to read them. Zac Bisonnette's book looked like a fresh take on the same old ideas at first, but it wasn't really. It was the same take on the same old ideas. With one exception (the advice on investing), it was information that I had heard before. In fact, instead of presenting much new information, the author cites a variety of works from other books. So, if you want to have several books' content compiled into one, this book might be for you. Honestly, the author provides some great advice; however, it is really geared toward university students (or recent university graduates). I believe that this advice sometimes falls on deaf ears, yet young people would be so much better off if they listened. It is my hope that the catchy title (which I do truly love as a book title) will entice more young people to read the book and set themselves up to actually becoming richer, smarter, and better looking than their parents.
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By Jack on 06-14-12
Good advice from Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman
This is not a bad book if you like a lot of sarcasm dished out with your very basic advice on how to live your life. Essentially, Zac rehashes advice from Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman. It was Dave says this and Suze says that throughout the book. Why not just buy their books instead and get your advice straight from the horse’s mouth and not second hand.
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