Solve Your Money Troubles: Get Debt Collectors Off Your Back & Regain Financial Freedom

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Nolo, 2007 - Business & Economics - 548 pages
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Everything you need to get out of debt and repair your credit.Feeling overwhelmed by your debts? If you're ready to regain your financial freedom, this book is exactly what you need. Step by step, Solve Your Money Troubles shows you how to: • prioritize debts • create a budget • negotiate with creditors • stop collector harassment • challenge wage attachments • contend with repossessions • respond to creditor lawsuits • qualify for a mortgage • rebuild credit To make the process easier, Solve Your Money Troubles also includes sample letters to creditors, as well as worksheets and charts to calculate your debts and expenses and help you create a repayment plan.The 11th edition is completely revised to provide the latest consumer protections, as we as an updated discussion about managing money and debt.

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This book is a must for anyone with financial trouble or facing bankruptcy! This book is packed with very useful information. Easy to use index so you can get to the info you need quickly! I would highly recommend this book to anyone have money troubles. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Robin Leonard is the author of many Nolo books including Credit Repair. She also helped write How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples.John Lamb has been a consumer lawyer for most of his career, emphasizing credit, credit reporting, privacy automobile and landlord-tenant issues. He has advocated consumer reforms in court and in the legislature and writes frequently on consumer issues.

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