Bradley W. Smith
CEO, Rescue One Financial
Bradley W. Smith is the co-CEO and a founder of Rescue One Financial, headquartered in Irvine, CA. Rescue One is a full service financial entity and recently ranked #12 in the Inc. 500. Rescue One Financial helps individuals with debt and advises them on all of their options. Rescue One Financial employs over 100 financial consultants and is also a licensed finance lender. Smith writes a twice-weekly blog which appears on the Rescue One Financial website, has authored a number of published articles, and is a regular guest contributor to US-based radio and television financial programs. Brad is currently an active board member of the AFCC, (American Fair Credit Counsel) and also the current treasurer of the Better Business Bureau in Southern California. Brad holds a BA in Economics from the University of Southern California.
Let's Talk About Debt
Publication Date: December 2017
It’s human nature to chase the good times. When the market is looking strong, or the paychecks are stable and substantial, it can be affordable―even advisable, sometimes― to start investing or simply enjoying your fortune. What happens, though, when that mountain―that investment or that paycheck―on which you’ve built your fortune crumbles?
Then, you’re faced with another mountain. A mountain of debt. That’s when it’s time to call Brad Smith, cofounder of Rescue One Financial.
In Let’s Talk About Debt: The Inside Scoop on Credit, Loans, and Financial Rescue, Brad shares his expertise in successfully navigating through a myriad of challenging financial situations, including the burst of the dotcom bubble and the Great Recession. With those experiences under his belt and with his mastery of money management, Brad provides strategies to rescue you from debt, establish financial security, and find peace of mind.
If you’re looking to get―or stay―out of debt, but don’t know where to start, then open this book and get the inside scoop on how you can manage your debt like a professional, with a professional.