Beating the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Blues

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Dearborn Financial, 1996 - Business & Economics - 242 pages
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John Ventura offers practical advice and information to help the financially distressed make ends meet, get out of financial trouble and rebuild their financial self-confidence. For everyone who needs to live on less, this book provides counsel, guidance, and practical strategies to cope with the unsettling new financial environment.

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Contents

One Feeling Good When Things Are Bad
3
Two Doing the Most with What Youve Got
20
Three Making More Money
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About the author (1996)

John Ventura is a nationally known bankruptcy attorney and author who has been writing about issues related to consumer financial and legal issues for more than 15 years. During this time, Ventura has been a guest on CNN, CNBC, PBS, and National Public Radio, among other national TV and radio media and has been quoted in such publications as The "Wall Street Journal", "Kiplinger's Personal Finance", "Money", "Newsweek", "Black Enterprise", "Entrepreneur", "U.S. News and World Report", "Maxim", "Good Housekeeping, Martha Stewart's Living, the Chicago Tribune, the LA Times, " and "The Dallas Morning News, among other media outlets". Most recently, he has been quoted at CBSMarketWatch.com, Office.com, Bankrate.com, "USA Today, MSNMoney, The Dallas Morning News, The Detroit Free Press, " the "Baltimore Sun, " the "Indianapolis Star, " and "Black Enterprise Magazine". He currently serves as Director of the Texas Consumer Complaint Center at the University of Houston Law School in Texas and is also an adjunct professor at the law school.

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