Borrowing from Peter to pay Paul? The American economy is dragging, with unemployment rates rising and consumer debt hitting $2.5 trillion. Many people are in deep and need help. Here, a Certified Financial Planner explains the mathematics of debt; strategies to deal with credit card, mortgage, student, and other loans; why debt consolidation and taking loans from a 401(k) can lead to problems; truths about bankruptcy; and how to use debt while eliminating it. - Includes essential resources and websites, sample letters and forms, loan forgiveness programs, bankruptcy resources - Author a Certified Financial Planner - Covers every kind of debt, mortgages to credit cards to student loans - National credit card debt is growing exponentiallyDebt in America People use the word wealthy to describe someone who seems to have money dripping off them. Their clothes, watch, car, ... As a financial planner, though, Ia#39;m always curious to know peoplea#39;s net worth. Ita#39;s neat that they haveanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting Out of Debt|
|Author||:||Ken Clark, CFP|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2009-02-03|