“Now, bankruptcy is, and should be, a last resort.”
This is not a Dave Ramsey quote from, it is something that I have been telling people for years.
Well, sometimes there is no other way out.
So, what if you have already filed bankruptcy?
Your case is over, you have your discharge, now what?
What about recovering from bankruptcy?
What about getting credit again?
How do you get your family finances on track?
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Regardless of how I or Dave Ramsey feel, millions of Americans are filing bankruptcy each year, more all the time with our “” (though we in Michigan missed the part between the dips).
Last month a client asked me, are there any good books or courses or ways for me to learn about family finance?
So I put out that question to my network of professionals who represent people trying to get out from under their debt loads.
Several answers came back, many of them telling me that the Dave Ramsey book is very good, the best.
So I made that recommendation to my client to learn about family finances, the right way to handle them.
Without having read it.
That did not seem right to me, so I got the book out of the library.
am up to page 114, and, I must admit, it is good.
Not only that, a lot of it applies to me.
We’ll be talking about it on these pages, you and I. What we’ve learned about Dave, and how much of it applies in the real world.
How about you? Have you read any of Dave Ramsey’s books? Do you listen to his radio program? What have you learned from him?
Just pop a comment in down below and let’s talk.