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Titles to Check Out
The Debt Escape Plan by
Publication Date: 2015-02-18
In this much-needed book, you'll learn:
Why a one-size-fits-all approach to credit card debt doesn't work.
How to use the Money Personality Quiz to customize your own debt escape plan.
The nine biggest debt mistakes and how to overcome them.
Seven secrets for giving your credit score a quick boost.
how to overcome the hardships of medical bills.
How to debt-proof your future so this never happens to you again!
You Need a Budget by
Publication Date: 2017-12-26
Give Every Dollar A Job. Be intentional about what you want your money to do before you spend it. Embrace Your True Expenses. Break up larger, less frequent expenses into smaller, more manageable amounts. By saving monthly for insurance premiums, holidays, or car repairs, when the time comes, your money is ready and waiting to do its job. Roll With The Punches. When life changes, so must your budget. Make adjustments and move along. Flexible budgets succeed because they're guilt-free, realistic, and sustainable. Age Your Money. As you repeat the first three rules, you'll increase the time between the moment you earn a dollar and the moment you need to spend it. When your money is at least a month old, you'll have finally broken the paycheck to paycheck cycle for good.
Consumer's Guide to Credit Cards
A guide to credit cards from the Federal Reserve Board.
Credit and Loans
Consumer information by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on credit cards, credit reports, loans, and other related topics.
This page from consumer.gov can help you understand your credit history, and the significance of your credit report.
Dealing with Debt
This page by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) provides an overview of debt management and how to exercise your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Free Credit Report
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires that each of the nationwide credit reporting companies provide a free copy of your credit report once a year.
Offers answers to many questions on bank policies, credit, and other related issues.
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