Item description for The Art of Debt-Free Living by Deborah J. Nayrocker...
Overview Are you ready to take control of your financial woes and prevent future money problems? Then The Art of Deb-Free Living is for you. By using seven simple worksheets and following the financial principles in this book you'll take control of your money and increase your cash flow without putting your family or future at risk. No matter how old you are or what your income is you'll learn to live on your actual income and not your future income making it possible to follow through with your life-goals.
Publishers Description Why do some people go through life with few money worries-while others have endless financial struggles? No doubt those with few troubles have learned to apply the wise principles of money management. Tired of being anchored down by a boatload of debt? The Art of Debt-Free Living gives you sure-fire strategies to stretch your present income and brainstorm a workable money management plan. Discover: . The subtle factors that lie beneath your lifestyle choices . Tips for creating more cash flow . How to safeguard your family's future security Sail into financial freedom with seven simple worksheets and cruise the safe harbor of budgetary contentment-on calm financial seas "No one asks, 'Should we be debt-free?' What many don't ask (but should) is, 'How can I become debt-free?' Nayrocker's book is filled with practical, common-sense ideas. This isn't a book for everyone. This is a book only for those who seriously want to get out of debt and stay out of debt." - Cecil Murphey, writer, co-writer, and ghostwriter of more than 100 books, including Gifted Hands, Rebel with a Cause, 90 Minutes in Heaven, and Committed But Flawed.
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Studio: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2005
Publisher Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
ISBN 1414103468 ISBN13 9781414103464
Reviews - What do customers think about The Art of Debt-Free Living?
A no-nonsense guide to getting out of debt and staying that way Aug 11, 2005
The Art of Debt-Free Living: Living Large on Less Than You Earn is a no-nonsense guide to getting out of debt and staying that way. Written by a freelance writer and small business owner, The Art of Debt-Free Living covers sensible lifestyle changes, practical basic investment strategies that avoid excess risk, helpful credit card tips, how to keep personal problems from generating too much debt, and more. Divided into page-size vignettes and personal testimonies, The Art of Debt-Free Living breaks down practical advice into simple, quickly grasped concepts and is an ideal introduction to good money habits especially for teenagers, first-time homeowners, newly married couples and others growing accustomed to the responsibility paying their own bills.
Sound financial principles for ditching debt Aug 1, 2005
Deborah Nayrocker has lived the art of debt-free living, and her experience shows in her practical advice and suggestions. Her positive spirit throughout the book encourages the reader to succeed in changing his or her financial status. She admits that the change will not be easy or overnight, but once financial freedom is gained, it is worth the effort. With the mantra of "spend less than you earn," Nayrocker asks her readers to do a financial self-examination to discover where money is spent, to determine financial goals, and to organize priorities and spending objectives. After this, she describes step-by-step how to begin a "positive cash flow" and maintain a financial plan. Without a plan, many people are prone to kamikaze spending, thus landing themselves in more debt than they can manage. To help create a plan, several fill-in charts are provided to assist with goal-setting, defining monthly income and expenses, repaying debt, and other financial matters. Budgeting is emphasized along with starting savings accounts to prepare for expected and unexpected expenses. Overall, this book is an excellent guide to managing money and becoming debt-free. While those who have large debts such as credit cards, loans, or mortgages are the target audience, this book is even appropriate as a debt-prevention tool for those striking out into the financial world, such as college students.