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by Paula Langguth Ryan

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ISBN:
1889605018
Author:
Paula Langguth Ryan
Category:
Personal Finance
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pellingham Casper Communications; 2nd edition (June 1, 1998)
Pages:
224 pages
EPUB book:
1751 kb
FB2 book:
1539 kb
DJVU:
1545 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
722


I received my "Bounce Back from Bankruptcy" book on Wednesday, 9/11. I opened it immediately and I was not able to put it down - except when I had to cook dinner. I had finished reading it and in the process of re-reading it. It was very helpful

I received my "Bounce Back from Bankruptcy" book on Wednesday, 9/11. It was very helpful. Thank you so much for this wonderful book.

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Paula Langguth Ryan is a pioneer in the contemporary prosperity movement, and author of Bounce Back From Bankruptcy. Her clients include ordinary people who became extraordinary: top-performing sales professionals, best-selling authors, Olympic athletes, entrepreneurs and aimed recording artists. Learn more about Paula Langguth Ryan.

Whether you're worried you'll never, ever get a credit card again after bankruptcy, or are glad to be rid of credit cards forever, this book will guide you through the steps to help you get on your financial feet after bankruptcy. You'll learn how to painlessly pay off undischarged debt, how to select a secured credit card that helps you rebuild your credit, avoid discrimination on the job as a result of your bankruptcy, avoid credit repair scams, get a car loan without paying an outrageous interest rate, travel without credit--even discover what to do if you get in over your head again!
  • Fenius
Hi, I really liked this book because i feel that the author is sincerely telling you what she learned from her own experience instead of trying to sell anything else like a seminar. After filing chapter 7, I feel confident that I will be able to purchase property by following the steps given in the book. Thanks Paula!
  • Fearlessrunner
Having filed bankruptcy almost three years ago, I thought this book could help me re-establish my credit. This book does have some useful information, but for the price I expected a lot more. The chapter on financing a new car was a waste. The author instructs people to buy a car for $200 -- never mind the worry and stress that arises from driving a car that breaks down constantly. That advice was absolutely ridiculous. The only good advice taken from this book is the chapter about secured credit cards. And I can tell you this for FREE: Making timely payments on your secured credit card will help you re-establish your credit rating.
  • Fearlesssinger
While this book does have some good ideas, it's not worth the money. (and as mentioned in the review above, it has some bad ideas, like the $200 car. You'd probably go back into debt when the car breaks down on the highway & you have to call roadaide assistance) The author is an average consumer, so I guess I shouldn't have expected all that much. The list of secured credit cards can be found by surfing the net. The writing & editing is incredibly poor with exclamation points !! used all over the texts. I plan to serach for a book written by a professional accountant or tax attorney.
  • Heraly
I think this book is great. I checked it out of the library, but I am going to buy it. I can relate to everything in the book, but I really appreciated the area on student loans. I just completed a doctorate program and I do not want to go into default. I learned a lot of strategies in this book to prevent this. I also like the forms for writing to the credit bureaus. I have told friends about the book. This book is less than twenty dollars and it is a good reference tool!
  • Xtreem
This book wasn't as helpful to me as the ones by Steven Strauss and the Cahers. She does offer some very practical money management tips, but the bulk of her really helpful information can be found on the web or in more professionally written guides.