A New Book on Living a Debt-Free Life Released

Author Edward Prados in his new book, Debt Zero: The Financial Mediterranean Diet, will creatively challenge your preconceived ideas about living a debt-fee life. The book gives readers invaluable lessons on personal financial management.
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Nov. 16, 2010 - PRLog -- Having a great salary does not guarantee wealth. The harsh reality many of us do not want to confront is that the amount of money we spend is more important than how much we earn. A person can easily earn a six-figure salary, yet ironically remain deep in debt. Living within your means is a key principle of Debt Zero. If your expenses or your cost of living is too high and your salary is insufficient to support you and your family, you naturally won’t have money to save and invest. Accumulating assets - an emergency fund, a retirement account - certainly goes a long way in achieving financial security. But a more effective method is to minimize your committed expenses, which often means eliminating debt.

In today's difficult and volatile economy, getting out of debt is the key to surviving and even thriving. Edward Prados in his new book Debt Zero: The Financial Mediterranean Diet is written as a guide for those looking to jumpstart their finances; get out of debt; and save more money. Debt Zero is your guide to living a debt-free life and building wealth - two dreams that seem unlikely if not impossible in the current economic climate. The Debt Zero plan is delivered to you in 48 weekly installments. Groups of weekly installments are arranged into several thematic sections.

There is plenty of advice cramming the airwaves, jamming cyberspace, and consuming printed pages that proffers numerous ideas about how you can save money and reduce your debt. The good news is that the Debt Zero book is not filled with lots of technical jargon. It is simple to follow and is broken down into little bite-sized chunks because we are all busy and do not have the time or desire at the end of a long day to read, comprehend, and then apply lessons learned from complex tomes.

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Edward Prados graduated with a B.A. in International Studies from the College of William and Mary in 1990. In 1993, he received a M.A. in Maritime Studies from East Carolina, and in 2005, a M.A. from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Edward has written widely on varied topics, including history, anthropology, and international politics and security. This book, his first foray into finance, is based upon twenty years of living essentially debt-free while pursuing his academic, personal, and professional interests.

Debt Zero: The Financial Mediterranean Diet is available at http://www.newgreendream.org
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