Become Totally Debt-free in Five Years Or Less: Pay Off Your Mortgage, Car, Credit Cards, and More!
This self-help book about personal finance & money-management provides hundreds of motivational & inspirational money-saving techniques to help readers become totally debt-free. Because it was written by cheapskate author Gwendolyn D. Gabriel, the book's practical, common-sense & creative money-saving ideas will be easy for any reader to implement. Gabriel uses her expertise as an attorney, a real-estate broker & a cheapskate to provide readers the ideas & techniques she used to get out of debt. Specifically, she went from being $125,000 in debt, to becoming totally debt-free in five short years, by using the techniques described in her book to save enough money to pay off her mortgage, car & credit-card debts. Covering topics such as bankruptcy, budgeting, credit-card debt, taxes, insurance, wills, real-estate, loans, home ownership, weddings, financial compatibility, divorces, vacations, holidays, children, utility & telephone bills, clothes, jewelry, food & much more, this book has more than enough money-saving ideas its readers can use to assist them in getting out of debt. It also has eye-catching illustrations & inspirational affirmations to keep readers motivated. In addition, there are six worksheets & three self-evaluations throughout the book to further involve readers in the ultimate goal of becoming debt-free. Check out the publisher's Web site at www.brownbagpress.com.
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