I don’t have a big problem with my finances, but I thought Debt-Proof Living: How to Get Out of Debt and Stay That Way by Mary Hunt might offer me some tips and ideas to make sure I stay out of debt. The book covers topics like the different kinds of debt, student loans, mortgages, credit scores, etc. I found this information really interesting, and the book was written in a way that was easy to understand. Some financial books can use terms and explanations that are confusing, but Mary Hunt did a great job of keeping the book on my level. I also liked that there was a glossary of terms at the end of the book. These will really be great in the future as I may need to refer back to some of the topics she addressed in the book when I am thinking about purchasing a home and things like that.
I think this book would be an especially great read for someone just graduating from college, but anyone would be able to benefit from the information contained in her book. Her stories make this especially a good read because it is always nice to learn more about the author and their personal experiences.
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