Light at the End of the Tunnel: How I Achieved Financial Freedom in Five Steps

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Author House, Jan 14, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
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Take a journey with twin brothers Andre and Anthony Willingham as they triumph over debt. Anthony, who has done everything wrong with money—and then some—finds himself deep in credit card debt and owing the IRS thousands of dollars. Follow the steps that Andre taught Anthony to help him overcome his depression and sleepless nights—and finally find peace of mind.

 

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Contents

Believe in Yourself
11
Get Organized
17
Call Your Creditors
29
Pay Yourself First
35
Coming Out of the Tunnel
43
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About the author (2011)

Anthony Willingham was born in Queens, New York. He was educated in the public and Lutheran school systems. After graduating from Martin Luther High School, he started working at Bernard Fineson Developmental Center, a state facility for the mentally challenged. In 1996 he started his career as a New York State corrections officer. While working at various correctional facilities, Anthony took advantage of all the training that was available to him. As part of this training, he received his certification from the Municipal Police Training Council as a general topics instructor, which allowed him to teach Department of Correctional Services policies and procedures to state employees. He also spent time at the World Trade Center disaster site as a member of the Corrections Emergency Response Team. He currently lives in New York and is the proud father of four children: Christopher, Demitrious, and twin girls Taylor and Tiffany.

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