Here is one that was free for about 4 hours last week, then went back up to $9.99. Amazon is offering it for free again, and who knows how long it will be free this time so if you are interested, don’t procrastinate!
Your Credit Score, Your Money & What’s at Stake (Updated Edition): How to Improve the 3-Digit Number that Shapes Your Financial Suture by Liz Pulliam Weston is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 50 customer reviews. You can pick up your free copy by clicking here.
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
The #1 Best-Selling Guide to Improving Your Credit Score…
Now Thoroughly Updated for the Financial Crisis!
In post-crash America, it’s tough to get credit…and even tougher to get rates and terms you can afford. That makes your credit score more important than ever before. Now, MSN Money/L.A. Times personal finance columnist Liz Pulliam Weston has updated her best-selling book on credit scores to show how you can maximize your score right now–and save yourself a fortune!
Weston reveals the tough new realities of borrowing and credit scoring, and shows why they aren’t going to change any time soon. She rips away the mystery surrounding credit scoring, including the FICO 08 overhaul, and tells you exactly how to use the new system to maximize your score.
You’ll learn how to fight back against lenders who want to lower your limits or raise your rates…bounce back from bad credit and bankruptcy…choose the right credit solutions and avoid options that only make things worse. One step at a time, Weston will help you build (or rebuild) your credit score–so you can get the credit you need and deserve!
Survive a credit crisis, one step at a time
How to protect or rebuild your credit score after a major financial setback
Fix your credit score in as little as 72 hours
Rapid rescoring: what it can fix, what it can’t fix, and how to use it
Don’t let the myths of credit scoring cost you a fortune!
What you’ve been told just isn’t true: how credit scores really work
What drives your score–and what doesn’t
The real impact of credit cards, loans, late payments, inquiries, credit counseling, and more.
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