Zombie Economics by Lisa Desjardins
A Guide to Personal Finance

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If financial guides leave you perplexed (or comatose), you should read Zombie Economics instead. It's compelling, it's straightforward, and it can change your life.

Zombie Economics is for anyone in the midst of financial uncertainty, a place where carelessness and timidity will cost you. From the creeping spread of unpaid bills to the lumbering advance of creditors, Zombie Economics confronts the biggest threats to your personal economy, takes aim, and then takes them down. Specific chapters include:

A Basement Full of Ammo: Saving yourself by saving money

They'll Eat the Fat Ones First: Using fitness as a financial asset

Shooting Dad in the Head: Ending your relationships with the financially infected

With simple, easy-to-use techniques for identifying-and eliminating-your financial weak spots, Zombie Economics turns victims into survivors.

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About Lisa Desjardins

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LISA DESJARDINS covers politics and the economy for CNN . She lives in Alexandria, Virginia. RICK EMERSON is a radio and television broadcaster and star of the one-man show Bigger Than Jesus. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Published May 3, 2011 by Avery. 306 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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