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Debt Free for Life: The Finish Rich Plan for Financial Freedom
     

Debt Free for Life: The Finish Rich Plan for Financial Freedom

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by David Bach
 

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GOODBYE DEBT—HELLO FREEDOM!
 
Most of us grew up with the idea that there is good debt and there is bad debt.   Good debts are generally considered to be debts you incur to buy things that can go up in value—like a home or college education.  Bad debts are things like credit card balances, where you borrowed money

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Debt Free for Life (Canadian Edition) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 69 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is absolutely no help if you've already declared bankruptcy and/or lost a house through foreclosure, and are trying to put your life back together and stay debt-free. An investment in Dave Ramsey's book The Total Money Makeover and Steve and Annette Economides' America's Cheapest Family Put You Right on the Money would be much better choices.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge Fan of David's but this book seems like the same book he wrote in 2010(Start over 2010). This was the first time i read one of his books and did'nt walk away blow away. Im very disappointed as a fan.
Rocio Jackson More than 1 year ago
Ive never read a financial book with so many ads...the book is suppose to be a guide for being debt free yet all his product mentions really make me question his credibility. Im a finance major and this book really lacks the substance (information) people need to achieve the goal of being debt free...what a waste!! Dont waste your time on this!! Im sticking with dave ramseys books and advice.
24601 More than 1 year ago
I typically love David Bach books, but this was just a glorified commercial for Equifax and Debt-Wise. There are virtually no practical suggestions in here, other than to someone "find" $20 extra a day to pay down your mortgage and credit cards. The DOLP system is unnecessarily complex and doesn't address why people are in debt in the first place - overspending. There are no suggestions on how to cut back spending and live within your means other than a one paragraph box telling you to go to his website and checkout the "latte factor." An entire chapter was devoted to checking the IRS, state treasury, and savings bonds websites for unclaimed property! Yeah, right. Like that is really the most probable way people are going to get out of debt. If you have read any other David Bach books, don't bother with this one. There is no new information, just lots of filler.
Windy Pitcock More than 1 year ago
A few helpful charts. Too commercially written for the purpose of supporting his other books, web based business, hookup with Eqifax, etc.
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