So, you say if you just had more money, your problems would be over? Well, the good news is that you don't have to wait for you-know-who to knock on your door with a check that makes you a millionaire. You see the problem for most of us isn't lack of money, but the way we manage it.
That's where Mary Hunt, America's Favorite Cheapskate comes in she's a one woman testimonial for getting out of and staying out of debt and her new book Debt-Proof Living shows you how to live debt free as well!
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It's time to throw a farewell party for those credit cards and unsecured loans that have been dragging you down for too long. If you're used to working for your money, it's time to make your money work for you!
After fighting her way back from over $100,000 in unsecured debt, Mary is determined she'll never go there again and neither will you, if she has anything to do with it. In Debt-Proof Living, Mary shares how to win over debt for a lifetime by:
- Spending less than you earn
- Saving, giving and investing confidently and consistently
- Making purposeful financial decisions
- Turning away from impulsive spending habits and behavior
- Borrowing cautiously
- Anticipating the unexpected
- Scrutinizing purchases
- Developing a specific plan to reach your goals
"But I can't even begin to save money. Everything I have goes toward bills, bills, bills," you say. Mary's rapid debt repayment plan is designed for those of us who have incurred, well let's say, more than we bargained for, when we pulled out that plastic one too many times. Don't feel bad. Mary admits she used to do the same thing (remember, we're talking $100,000 in unsecured debt).
In Debt-Proof Living, you'll find the plan Mary used to pay back every dime she owed, plus she'll show you how to begin a smart money plan to avoid falling into the debt trap in the future.
The exciting news is that Mary "doesn't do budgets." Love that? She helps us develop a spending plan that allows freedom. There's just one catch: save first, then spend. From understanding credit reports to making the best choices in borrowing money, Mary takes us all the way to funding retirement accounts painlessly and purposefully.
"I am seriously opinionated on this matter of money, credit and consumer debt" Mary confides. "I am the first to admit that the countless offers of entitlement and promises of happiness that wash up in our mailboxes and splash against our television screens day after day are more than just enticing. They are downright seductive."
Mary is honest when she says she knows what it takes to get out of and stay out of debt: giving up old ways of thinking and rejecting the notion that we are entitled to more than we can afford even when the credit industry says we are more than qualified. "I know the pain and personal devastation of cashing in on those promises only to find that having it now and paying for it later is not the path to contentment and peace of mind," she says. "I also know that it is possible to live a rich fulfilling life without consumer debt."
Bye, bye creditors!
The Center For Debt Management has made arrangements to enable our clients and visitors to purchase this book through Amazon.com. Currently available at the discounted price of $10.49 (price subject to change),
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