Book Review Title: "The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Fresh" Author: Karen Blumenthal Publisher: Crown Business, 2011; 208 pages; $15 Few things in life signify a fresh start like New Year's. At the risk of stating the obvious, the concept of a fresh start is the most appealing to those who need it. It's only when you've been struggling, floundering or have been through some trials and tribulations that you even need to start over. And trials and tribulations are precisely what many of us have been through over the last few years, when it comes to our personal finances. If you've lost a job, lost a home or simply lost a lot of equity in your home or on the stock market, the latest entry to The Wall Street Journal's Guide series might be just what the doctor ordered to help you reboot your money matters this year. In "The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Fresh: How to Leave Financial Hardships Behind and Take Control of Your Financial Life,...
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