Living Well with Bad Credit
- Buy a House, Start a Business, and Even Take a Vacation - No Matter How Low Your Credit Score
- Narrated by: Paul Boehmer
- Length: 5 hrs and 41 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-13-11
- Language: English
- Publisher: Health Communications Inc
Regular price: $19.95
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Feeling broke and battered? We know the feeling-heck, everyone knows it. According to the Wall Street Journal, 110 million Americans have bad credit-almost 50% of the adult population. But we don't have to be depressed or discouraged about it. There is life after bad credit. In fact, there's even life during bad credit.
Living Well with Bad Credit is the right help at the right time. If you're bravely soldiering on despite your finances going south, this informative book is for you. It puts the emphasis on living with bad credit-and living well. Veteran journalist Geoff Williams (AOL' s personal finance blog WalletPop, CNNMoney.com, Bankrate.com) and media powerhouse Chris Balish, an Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist and author (Living Well Without a Car), have teamed up to bring listeners:
Usable tips on how to embrace, and even benefit from, a low credit score
Invaluable advice for dealing with "lifestyle" events, such as how to buy a car or qualify for a credit card with bad credit
Interviews with dozens of experts and successful professionals who share ideas on how to live with the negative effects of bad credit
Practical discussion on topics that go beyond finance, such as healing self-esteem and building relationships in spite of bad credit While bad credit can be a setback, it doesn't have to be a roadblock. This expert guide is just the ticket to a better life once again.
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By K. S. on 08-19-11
Not bad for someone going into bad credit
BUT - I don't think it's a good book for someone who is already there.
The book has a lot of good examples and strategies and websites for helping you avoid mistakes, but doesn't do enough in my opinion for those who have already made the mistakes. My credit has gone through a roller coaster over the last few years and is fortunately about where I would like it to be and I can see that the book would have been helpful for me about two or three years ago. However I have many friends who are currently struggling and I didn't see much in the book that they could use in any practical manner. In some regards one could say it's all common sense; but if this was true then more people wouldn't be in the mess they are in today. I particularly like the websites that the book uses and think these are very good references to have - but again, all that information is already out there.
In summary - if you think you are in danger of going into bad credit - READ THIS BOOK! If you're already there, consider this book as it does have some useful references, but don't expect it to fix your situation.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful