Debt Free For Good: How To Kill You Debt And Live Debt Free by Warren Smith

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Debt Free For Good: How To Kill You Debt And Live Debt Free

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Debt, for some, is a constant source of anxiety and stress, for others it has simply become so prevalent in their lives that they cannot even imagine themselves not having it. The word debt has such a negative connotation that many of us can't imagine there being such a thing as good debt. This book has been designed to provide you with the information you need to help you get out of the constraints of debt and living freely again. So wait no more, it's about time that you stop allowing your debt to control you, it's time for you to take over the reins and learn how to become debt free for good.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... 

  •  The Difference between Good Debt and Bad Debt 
  •  6 Reasons Why You Should Get Out of Bad Debt 
  • 13 Step Simple Bad Debt Busting Strategy 
  • Should You Consolidate Your Debt or Declare Bankruptcy 
  • How to Live Debt Free 

Readers say: 

"Great tips on how to organize your debt, reduce your debt and stay debt free. Will start using these now"......Angie Garcia 

"This little book is a short guide that provides hope and practical advice in the face of the apparent hopelessness of drowning in a sea of debt. Many of us have been there, and even more of us will, one day, fall into these murky and foreboding depths. This simple guide provides the ammunition to combat this unfortunate contingency or, better yet, shows how to avoid it altogether. 

I have always hated owing money to anyone (for any reason) but financial management has never been my strong suit. I'm usually good about paying bills, but I've never been fully committed to saving. Oh, how I wish I'd crossed paths with this little gem years ago! The brevity is perfect for people, like me, who have a short attention span for all things financial. 

While this may not be the comprehensive "be all - end all" of financial guides, it will certainly serve to align a novice toward the right path, and the return on your investment of the time it takes to read it is well worth the effort"........................Rick Huffman (Goodreads) 

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