The Bankruptcy Diaries - Paul Broderick Reviews
Description:ISBN 0956511937 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Paul Broderick / Paperback / 300 Pages / Book is published 2011-07-15 by Revenge Ink
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The Bankruptcy Diaries It's the year 2000 and Paul Livingson is i ...
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In 2000, Paul Livingson graduated from university and got his first proper grown up job. By 2007 he had filed for bankruptcy. With no failed businesses, unfortunate property depreciation or poor stock market investments in between you might be at a loss to see how he ended up there, until you read his diary of those years and it all becomes crystal clear. Originally based in Bristol, Paul soon follows a girl, and the lure of a better job with a bigger paycheque, to London. But the capital is expensive, and girls are expensive, and public sector workers don't earn all that much, even with London-weighting. Debts that started off small but still significant ... Read the complete review
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