If Christian comedian Thor Ramsey could recommend only one book on escaping debt and surviving a financial meltdown, he'd recommend Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover. But for readers who want a more humorous look at retaking control of the household budget, well, he humbly recommends his own Total Money Meltdown. After all, he won't be able to repay his debts from the sales of Dave Ramsey's book.
Thor Ramsey's sidesplitting guide to financial recovery chronicles his own bad financial decisions and what it took him to climb out of the hole he dug. ("By the way, you should only dig holes if you plan on filling them with treasure.") Not just a vehicle for his wit and humor, Thor Ramsey's Total Money Meltdown also provides readers with the necessary tools and biblical motivation to become financially free. The truth is that all of us who've been in financial trouble knew better. But sometimes we don't know what it takes to get out of the hole. We feel hopeless and overwhelmed. This book shines some funny hope into people's messy money lives, first as a "how not-to guide" and then as a "how-to recover guide."