Debt Management Guide

debt management guideManaging your debt can be extremely stressful. Especially if you're already behind on bills when you decide to get serious about a debt management plan. If you're searching for ways to improve your life by getting a handle on your debt, then you should download this effective guide to help you figure out your options and get on the right track.

In this FREE guide:

  1. Understanding Your Debt
  2. Debt Consolidation Options
  3. Cleaning Up Debt
  4. Credit Counseling
  5. Bankruptcy Options

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Once you've downloaded this free PDF e-book guide you'll be pleased to find a ton of great content. It takes you step-by-step through the analysis of your personal debt to help you identify the best available options, and get you on the right track.

Understanding - This first chapter covers some basic terminology, then helps you get an understanding of the most common reasons people go into debt, see the difference between bad and good debt, and figure out how much debt you actually have.

Consolidation - Homeowners usually have these (refinance, home-equity loan, home-equity line-of credit) desirable options available to them when looking to consolidate their debt. They are the three most common ways to do it, but if you don't own a home you can skip this chapter and go on to the next.

Cleansing - Almost every individual has some debt consolidation options available to them. This chapter covers 4 other very popular options people use to condense their debt. It includes rearranging credit cards, refinancing an automobile loan, dipping into a 401k plan, and borrowing money from friends and family in an effort to save money and get it more under control.

Counseling - If you think you're in need of some professional money management help, then this is a great read for you. It helps you become aware of the service providers to look out for, and gives you some insight into the types of services that are usually provided.

Bankruptcy - Bankruptcy is usually a last resort option for individuals; however, it can also sometimes be the best option for someone depending on their current financial situation. In the section we go over the most common bankruptcy types, the pros and cons, myths, and life afterwards.

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