All about Credit: Questions (and Answers) about the Most Common Credit Problems

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Dearborn, 1999 - Business & Economics - 197 pages
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Most people at some time in their life will experience some type of financial hardship. Solving the problem quickly and correctly can make all the difference in the world. Yet, when it comes to credit most adults and young people lack education on how the credit system works. All About Credit provides is for those readers who have learnt about credit the hard way and need quick and easy- to-understand solutions to their credit problems. The book is a compilation of the frequent questions that have been asked of the author, the stories they reveal are true and although the readers may find that the details vary slightly to their situation, the answer is usually the same. As the title implies, All About Credit does not simply deal with credit problems readers may be facing, it also answers questions readers may have regarding how to acquire new credit or a mortgage, understanding credit reports, and dealing with the financial future. With the knowledge gained from this book readers will become empowered to come to a quick decision and solve whatever problem they are facing, they will also be able to plan for the future. Sales Points: With this book readers will be able to quickly find and implement solutions to any of their credit problems and create a financial plan for the future without having to wade through masses of material irrelevant to their particular situation.

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Deborah McNaughton is the founder of Professional Credit Counselors and currently serves as spokesperson for Massachusetts-based The Debt Relief Clearing House, a placement service specializing in helping people with debts.

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