Tuesday

Best 5 Books on Debt

Guest Post by Laura Backes

Perusing the financial self-help isle at your local book store can be overwhelming. Not only because of the amount of books but the amount of debt that got you to that dreaded self-help isle. Debt is not a foreign concept, lots of Americans struggle with credit card debt but not to worry there are books that can help you, here are a few:

The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke by Suze Orman

Suze Orman is every college student’s nightmare; consider her as no nonsense financial professor teaching you lessons about post grad life. This book is to help the young professionals with a small salary and student debt. Don’t let the title fool you, this book can help those who are older as well.

Your Money or Your Life: Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez

This self help guide not only teaches you how to get out of debt and face the real issues but it puts your life back in to your hands. In 9 steps, this book shows you how to take control and learn to live life with your money and not the other way around.

The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness by Dave Ramsey

The not so sensitive financial guru Dave Ramsey, helps you find the source of your debt problem, you. This book teaches you what to do and what no to do. Listen to him and you are bound to get out of debt and it may not be the easy road but remember slow and steady wins the race.

How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt, and Live Prosperously by Jerrold Mundis

A breath of fresh air is what this book brings to the table. Based on the successful practices of national Debtors Anonymous program you are able to relate to the millions of other Americans suffering from the paycheck to paycheck living and the relentless debt collectors. An easy and simple read, a must buy immediately.

The Ten Commandments of Money by Liz Weston

This book is realizing that today’s economy isn’t the easiest, the costs are going up and you aren’t making enough. The ten financial commandments that Liz Weston goes over will help you set a budget and stick to it, look at your options for the future and how you can control your own debt crisis.

So become a book worm and start reading. You will learn a few things that will help and guide you to financial happiness. All of these books can be found at your local bookstore or online. Happy reading and happy saving!

Author Bio:

Laura Backes enjoys writing about all kinds of subjects and also topics related to internet service in my area.  You can reach her at: laurabackes8 @ gmail.com.

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