The 250 Questions You Should Ask to Get Out of Debt

The 250 Questions You Should Ask to Get Out of Debt

Book - 2009
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Baker & Taylor
Clear and concise, this essential guide provides expert financial advice and up-to-date strategies for becoming fiscally disciplined to get out of debt and live debt-free. Original.

F+W Publishing
As tens of millions of people have discovered, debt can be a crushing burden. It can tear down dreams and destroy lives. But debt can be avoided. With fiscal discipline and a clear plan, anyone can get out of debt and live debt-free. In the easy-to-read, accessible style of the 250 Questions series, authors David and Marcia Rye explain how to:
  • Assess debt problems
  • Use home equity to get rid of debt
  • Cut college expenses
  • Live within a budget
  • Understand bankruptcy law
  • Stay out of debt

No one has to live in the shadow of financial insecurity any longer. When the economy takes a turn for the worse, it’s essential to get out of debt. With this book at their side, readers can conquer debt and secure their financial future.

Publisher: Avon, Mass. : Adams Media, 2009
ISBN: 9781598699944
Branch Call Number: 332.024 RYE
Characteristics: vi, 184 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Rye, Marcia


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