Debt No More: How to Get Totally Out of Debt Including Your Mortgage

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Clifton House Pub., 1998 - Business & Economics - 185 pages
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The first complete personal money management guide dedicated solely to debt elimination.Debt No More isn't just another financial guide, and it definitely is not an investment manual. Readers are provided information to master the basic essentials of debt elimination and money management, and accomplish total debt freedom in as little as 5- 10 years. Debt No More enables the reader to zero in on specific spending problems, and then directs them into a step-by-step method of solving those problems. An eye-opening adventure is experienced when readers review their lifetime earnings and subtract their life-long expenses to see what is left-the bottom line."Hits the bull's-eye ... Whether you are in debt or not, Debt No More is an invaluable tool for effectively managing your money to insure your financial future." -Darryl Ashmore, Washington Redskins."..Solid, practical advice that helps put you in charge of your money."-Allison Garrett, Business Owner, Television Advertising Executive, News channel 8, Washington, DCTHE AUTHOR, of Clifton, VA, is the Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of Johnson & Wimsatt, Inc. of Alexandria, VA. She is the Chief Financial Officer managing more than $30 million a year. Ms. White has built three corporations from the ground up. She operated her own general construction business, RWH Enterprises, Inc., for twelve years, building residential homes, and then progressing to commercial construction for the government and private firms

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After having experienced debt and the loss of assets, White, chief financial officer of an undisclosed $30-million-a-year corporation, turned her situation around and now knows the joy of being debt ... Read full review


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