Prepper’s Financial GuidePosted on: June 3, 2015
Everything he presents is rock solid advice.
Dan Sullivan, SuburbanSteader.com
Prepper’s Financial Guide will give you plenty of suggestions on how to survive economic turmoil or even minor financial bumps in the road.
Julie Sczerbinski, HomeReadyHome.com
If you realize that there is more to “prepping” than buying pallets of freeze-dried food and cases of bottled water, then Prepper’s Financial Guide by Jim Cobb is for you.
Shelle Wells, PreparednessMama.com
Economic trouble is one of the most likely societal collapse scenarios we face today. If you examine history, even recent history, you will understand just now untenable the current economy is in the United States. Even if the primary disaster isn’t financial based, the ramifications upon the banking and related industries are almost certain.
Almost everyone experiences bad patches when it comes to finances. An unexpected job loss can quickly devastate a family. Recovering from any number of every day, common calamities, such as a house fire or tornado, can wipe out savings, even if the insurance company holds up their end of the deal.
Prepper’s Financial Guide will help you get your financial house in order so you can withstand the challenges almost sure to come at some point down the road.
On top of that, the book also provides solid information on how to reduce debt and increase your prepping budget. One of the chief complaints among preppers and survivalists is a lack of funds to acquire the gear and supplies they feel they need. Even learning new skills can be costly, both in terms of necessary supplies as well as any fees related to the classes and such.
We also discuss concerns related to long-term collapse scenarios, such as bartering, using precious metals and minerals, and how to safeguard your investments.
The Foreword was contributed by well-known survival and disaster planning instructor John D. McCann. You can read what he had to say here.
Prepper’s Financial Guide can be found at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Booksamillion, and anywhere else books are sold.