Navigating a Financial Crisis

Navigating a Financial Crisis

Navigate your financial crisis and emerge stronger than before.

A financial crisis can happen to anyone at any time. The most important thing is not to let fear and despair paralyze you and keep you from taking action. Falling into a crisis doesn’t mean you are a failure. Many have come back stronger than they were before their crisis, and so can you. This book will teach you to accurately assess your situation, evaluate your options, and make a workable plan for recovery.

It’s time to take the next right move with your finances:

  • Assess your finances, skills, and connections
  • Curtail spending and make a plan
  • Learn the best ways to deal with debt
  • Consider smart ways to tap into assets like retirement funds and home equity
  • Know what not to do with your emergency fund
  • Understand your options in bankruptcy
  • Preserve your relationships and find your road to recovery


Endorsements

7/20/20,  Look For Zebras

“When Dr. Fawcett says “financial crisis,” he truly means crisis…. We can mitigate (or even avoid) a financial crisis by educating ourselves about personal finance principles, by learning how to respond to a financial crisis before we actually face one, and by taking timely and deliberate action when crisis sets in. Ignoring the initial signs of a financial crisis or being in denial about a crisis will only make things worse and make it more difficult to reach financial stability again……having already familiarized yourself with how to navigate a financial crisis will help you respond to it more quickly and successfully. “

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“This is the definitive guide for any professional facing a financial emergency. Take a deep breath, buy this book, and read it cover to cover—I guarantee your outlook will be much improved, and you will have a solid framework to tackle what lies ahead.”

—Joseph Russell, M.D.

“…very well done. Because I recently filed for bankruptcy, this book was refreshing. I initially felt like a failure. Thank you for the empathy displayed throughout.”

—Sasha Taylor

“I love that you incorporated personal experiences—this is one of my favorite things about your books!”

—Jeff Wiencek, M.D.

 

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“I really enjoyed this book! I would describe it as hard-nosed meets heartfelt.”

—Joan Hill