Friday, May 04, 2007

Debt-Proof Living Almost-Giveaway

I'm in the middle of a drastic book clean-out in my home, and I've decided to give readers of this blog the opportunity to pick up some pretty good used (by me) financial books at very little cost.

The first book I'll offer up is Mary Hunt's Debt-Proof Living. This is one of the first get-out-of-debt books I ever read, and it had a tremendous impact on me. My Freedom Account page is based on what I read in Debt-Proof Living, as well as is my Rapid Debt Repayment Plan page. The fact that DPL resides on my Money Reading List should tell you that I think pretty highly of it. If you're in the middle of a debt paydown, or if the Little Voice in Your Head is telling you that you should be working on one, then you won't find better reading material than Debt-Proof Living.

This is the 1999 edition of DPL. It's in great condition, with only a couple of handwritten URLs written on a page in the middle of the book. I'll send it to the first respondent who emails me at ...

... to let me know he/she wants the book. I'll ask only for $3.50 to cover shipping and Paypal fees (if paid by Paypal), or $3 if paid by Google Checkout.

UPDATE: As of May 5, the book is given away (pending payment).

— Posted by Michael @ 7:32 PM


cdawIf you have copies of "The Insider's Guide to Saving MoneyĒ Iíll take it for the same price. I have been giving free copies to all of my friends, because itís such a great book.

Anonymous Anonymous
, at 7:13 AM, May 05, 2007  

Debt Proof Living is a great book. I've read it so many times that some of the pages came loose. It's the first book I read that got me on the road to getting my finances in order. It's definitely a worthy read!!!

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My financial life began turning around when I took responsibility for it.
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Start (2005-12): ~$21,900
Currently: $0
[About Our Debt Paydown]


Savings Goal: $15,000
Currently: ~$15,115
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