What To Do When the Economy Sucks: 101 Tips to Help You Hold on To Your Job, Your House and Your Lifestyle

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F+W Media, Dec 17, 2008 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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Let's face it: Today's economy sucks! There's a housing crisis, a credit crisis, and an unemployment crisis. And that's just for now. But families don't need to move into refrigerator boxes and start scrounging for spare change. This book offers readers concrete, specific strategies to: prevent foreclosure; create and stick to a family budget; repair bad credit ratings; streamline spending; save for the future; and more. Elected leaders and economic theories come and go. But author Deborah L. Price shows how to maintain financial stability, no matter who's in charge.

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Peter Sander has written seventeen books, including Value Investing for Dummies and Ultimate Guide to Personal Finance for Entrepreneurs as well as 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Economics. The author of numerous articles dealing with investment strategies, he is also the coauthor of The Best 100 Stocks You Can Buy 2012.

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