How to Destroy Your Debtsby Samuel Blankson
This book offers you the following:
1. Techniques for planning your household shopping list, and shopping trips. This book lists shopping mall tricks used to
This book sets out to help you clear all your debts (including your mortgage), within a seven year period, allowing you to move on to "The practical Guide to Total Financial Freedom" series.
This book offers you the following:
1. Techniques for planning your household shopping list, and shopping trips. This book lists shopping mall tricks used to coax you to buy products you do not need. Learn these money saving avoidance techniques.
2. Practical money saving techniques for cutting back spending around your home, car, holidays, work, entertainment and much more.
3. Credit card and loan management techniques for lowering and destroying your credit card debts and loans.
4. The secrets for reducing your mortgage from a 30/25 year mortgage to a 7 year mortgage.
5. Preventative techniques for dealing with insolvency and bankruptcy.
6. Effectively increase your income to help speed the debt clearance process
and much more.
From the Author
This is the new edition of "The Common Sense Battle Plan To Conquering Debt and Enjoying Financial Freedom". It has been totally restructured to allow for easier reading and understanding. It has also undergone a thorough re-editing and many of the links have been updated.
This is the essential book to acquire first, before reading "The Practical Guide To Total Financial Freedom" series. It contains the technique for clearing your mortgage within the next 7 years amongst many others. If you read and apply this book, you will clear your debts and start living life without the burden of loans, mortgages, or bailiffs.
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Samuel Blankson¿s How to Destroy Your Debt is a comprehensive guide to personal debt, what causes it and how to get out of it for good. In the tradition of a battle plan for war, Blankson offers valuable tools for identifying where the most critical debts in your life are located, how they came to be, and how to destroy them using low interest introductory rate credit cards, savings, and grants. This guide offers tips for mortgage repayment and the secret to paying off a mortgage in a fraction of the time expected. Blankson expertly injects refreshing bits of humour into his personal experiences with debt to take some of the sting out this often-terrifying subject matter. He offers different options for approach based on an individual¿s current situation for example if ones income is temporarily coming in at a lower level then usual. The guide offers both quick fixes, and more long-term methods for taking care of current debts and avoiding debt in the future. How to Destroy Your Debt offers solutions to the problem of debt from every angle, and an entire section of the book is dedicated to helping the reader increase their income. Blankson explains how this can be accomplished through changing jobs or positions, earning paid overtime and using freelance or consulting work. He also describes the process of obtaining low rate loans and getting the most out of your loan in the fight against debt. The guide is filled with clear examples and charts that help to illustrate the different points of the book, and allows for a total understanding of the material by the reader. The guide offers directions for navigating the intimidating and difficult process of bankruptcy, downgrading expenses including homes and cars, and the ways that these methods can be utilized to regain financial stability. It also offers tips that can be used on a daily basis, including tips for household shopping and setting a budget, packing a lunch rather than buying out and making repairs to clothing. The guide illustrates how numerous small expenses add up to one big debt. As with all of Blankson¿s books, his primary focus is on empowering the reader to take control of their lives and make changes to the areas where they feel they can do better. He utilizes positive self-talk, visualization and a positive mental attitude as an individual¿s secret weapon in destroying their debt forever. He describes how these tactics, used correctly worked for him and how they can work for you as well. I was pleased to find that the guide also offers a staggering 36 pages of resources for government benefits, services and grants that can offer financial aid in countless areas from helping with rent, to maternity leave benefits to a Christmas bonus. This book is a weapon that should be in every independent adult¿s arsenal to fight the good fight against the monster of debt.