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Deal with Your Debt: The Right Way to Manage Your Bills and Pay Off What You Owe

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Most people carry debt for most of their adult lives. Yet, most books on debt focus mainly on how to pay it all off, and live forever without it. Too often, following that advice leads only to failure. People either give up, or pay off the wrong kinds of debt. They strand themselves with too little flexibility to survive a financial crisis -- and land in bankruptcy court. ...more
Paperback, 214 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by FT Press
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Sara
Nov 08, 2008 rated it liked it
This book offers a few helpful hints for those who know nothing about managing their finances. Much of the information is along the lines of 'don't purchase things you do not really have the money to pay for and put them on a credit card because you will end up paying threefold for that item and dig yourself a giant hole of debt' Duh. Then again, most American's should probably read this book.......
Gloria Creech
May 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book and another book by Liz Pulliam Weston called "Your Credit Score" helped me improve my credit from something very negative to the point that when I leased a car the dealer told me I was the first person he had ever met with that high a rating.
Rebecca
Apr 14, 2008 rated it really liked it
Interesting in that she says debt in and of itself is not bad and to be avoided completely. Rather debt is a useful tool when used correctly. The focus of the book is on when and why and how to (and not to) use debt.
Danielle
Jan 30, 2008 rated it liked it
Shelves: nonfiction
A must read for the finacially inept.
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