Do you want to attack that mounting pile of debt, but just don't know where to start? Laura Adams, financial expert and host of the top-rated Money Girl podcast, is here to help.
Getting out of debt might seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be—no matter how much you owe. Laura has come up with a 10-step plan to guide you through the smart moves you need to get rid of your debt for good. She'll first help you assess your own financial situation so you can create a doable, realistic plan. You'll then learn which debts to pay down first, and you will get tips on negotiating with creditors and paying off bills faster. Because staying out of debt is just as important as getting out in the first place, Laura also tells you how to boost your credit score, cut costs, and save money, which will ensure you have a debt-free and happier future.
This special e-book edition also includes a preview of Laura Adams new book, Money Girl's Smart Moves to Grow Rich. Managing debt wisely is only one component of a healthy financial life. In Money Girl's Smart Moves to Grow Rich, Laura Adams covers the whole enchilada, including investing, buying real estate, reducing taxes, and all the other things you'll need to know once you have your debt under control and are ready to start putting your money to work. Early reviews are already praising the book as one that will enable you to "create a richer life – both financially and emotionally." (Publisher's Weekly)
In this back-to-basics personal finance guide from the host of the "Money Girl" blog and podcast on the Quick and Dirty Tips network, Adams walks her readers through the ins and outs of money sanity and practical solvency, while helping them create a richer life both financially and emotionally. She addresses major money issues and strategies, such as changing your money mindset by addressing overspending and its psychological roots, and understanding investing concepts and mortgages; she also offers help with creating a financial plan, comparing banks, utilizing online financial tools, paying for education, saving more money, and planning for retirement. Adams's peppy tone and highly organized, sensible advice deliver a clear-cut plan for financial literacy. Though there's not much new, the Money Girl brand is powerful and should find an appreciative audience.
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Money girls smart moves to deal with your debt
Good content in an easy to read and understand format.
I love her weekly podcast, and this book is even better. Highly recommend!