The world of borrowing and debt management has changed dramatically, leaving people confused about how best to secure their financial future. This audiobook is the only guide with detailed advice to help you become debt-free or master the debt you have, based on the latest laws and new government programs and policies implemented under the Obama administration.
Is the information and advice on debt management different than in years past? Definitely, and in this savvy, engaging guide, best-selling author and financial expert Jordan Goodman will show you how to:
Master Your Debt contains many pioneering strategies as it lays out an innovative plan for achieving the elusive goal of financial success. This reliable resource is filled with helpful websites, toll-free numbers, association and government agencies, and vetted companies and services to help you implement the advice offered here. In today’s volatile economy, getting out of debt is the key to surviving and thriving, and with this audiobook, Jordan Goodman provides you with the strategies and tools to live debt-free.
©2010 Jordan E. Goodman (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp
“Being in debt does not have to be a life sentence. Jordan Goodman gives you the key to getting out of your debtor’s prison in Master Your Debt.” (Terry Savage, nationally syndicated Chicago Sun-Times personal financial columnist)
Man, I hope the producers of this audiobook read this review. There is some great information in the book, but I agree with another reviewer that it should not be an audiobook--or at least not read as written. Ever had a phonebook read to you? No? Well here's your chance. I'm only to chapter five and have already had every credit reporting agency's web site (double-you double-you double-you dot experian dot com) AND PHONE NUMBER read to me slowly and carefully several times. Not just credit agencies! All sorts of double-you double-you double-you dot coms. Think it's annoying reading it twice? Trying listening to it over and over.
The information contained in this book is very timely and informative but it should not be an audio book. I purchased the audio book first but found it very difficult to listen too. You need to be able to write notes and open web pages as you go through it. I ended up purchasing a hard copy.
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