Toss out every personal finance book you have. During a global financial crisis, traditional advice is irrelevant.
As a Behavioral Economist and member of the World Economic Forum Expert Network, Sarah Nadav has devoted her career to helping people navigate and rebuild their lives after a financial crisis. She has been researching and developing technology for people in debt for over a decade.
Forbes, Bloomberg, & The Economic Times of India have featured Nadav's work as an entrepreneur and economist. Her research has been quoted in numerous books and university curricula.
Unemployment is at a record high, and the world is changing quickly, you need to start making decisions. Perhaps you already can't pay your monthly bills, and you're running out of money, or maybe you're just unsure if you can maintain the lifestyle you've been leading- regardless, you need to know your options and make choices fast. Do you know HOW to make the right decisions?
•Crisis advice is really about how to make it through when everything falls apart.•
Sarah Nadav maps out two different trajectories your life can go in, depending on your choices. She shows you how to make smart choices to put yourself on a path to long term financial stability and explains how the wrong decisions can have disastrous results.
This book teaches you how to survive, avoid debt and bankruptcy, and thrive as a person & family no matter what happens in the world around you.
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In The Press
Sarah Nadav broke with convention. This time around, she has support from a crucial stakeholder in the consumer debt equation: one of the world's largest banks, Barclays.