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Debt Relief By Pj Germain
eBook (PDF): $2.95
A person who borrows money from another is said to be in debt. The debts of a person can be minimal or can reach up to millions depending on the credit limits of each person. Sometimes, a person... More > who has assets but isn't liquid can use these assets to get cash. Under this term, the person can be indebted for an amount less or more than his assets. The problem sets in when a person fails to make an efficient financial plan and his expenses exceed his earnings. When this happens, a person has no choice but to borrow money to make up for his financial deficiencies. Borrowing once or twice because of a mismanaged financial plan is normal but when borrowing becomes a regular thing that can put a person in serious debt problems.< Less
DEBT RELIEF FOR WORLD PEACE By SURESH CHANDRA MALLICK & PRITAM MALLICK
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World peace is achievable through debt relief. Debt relief is not a slogan; it is a request, a prayer, a demand and a challenge to all the developed countries for award of forgiveness to the... More > low-income countries and developing countries, which are financially unsound to debt serving. Debt relief is the moral duty and responsibility of the rich countries as they have received more money as compared to the grants and loans they have given to the poor countries. In this twenty first century, 1.3 billion people manage their livelihood with less than US $1 per day, 2.8 billion people earn less than US $2 per day and 854 million people are food-insecure. Hence the developed countries, foreign funding institutions, world organizations and international banks should accept humanitarian and moral responsibility to award grants, aids, donations and debt relief to the poor countries and poor people for a lasting world peace.< Less
DEBT RELIEF FOR WORLD PEACE By SURESH CHANDRA MALLICK & PRITAM MALLICK
eBook (PDF): $15.00
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World peace is achievable through debt relief. Debt relief is not a slogan; it is a request, a prayer, a demand and a challenge to all the developed countries for award of forgiveness to the... More > low-income countries and developing countries, which are financially unsound to debt serving. Debt relief is the moral duty and responsibility of the rich countries as they have received more money as compared to the grants and loans they have given to the poor countries. In this twenty first century, 1.3 billion people manage their livelihood with less than US $1 per day, 2.8 billion people earn less than US $2 per day and 854 million people are food-insecure. Hence the developed countries, foreign funding institutions, world organizations and international banks should accept humanitarian and moral responsibility to award grants, aids, donations and debt relief to the poor countries and poor people for a lasting world peace.< Less
Ultimate Guide to Debt Relief By Jecky Lee
eBook (PDF): $28.75
Just take a look at what’s available with a click of your mouse: Understanding debt What are essential and non-essential expenses How to explore your own debt Create a realistic budget Learn... More > how to pay off high interest debt first Finding your hidden money Is debt counseling an option for you Refinance a mortgage Know your rights Dealing with creditors Is bankruptcy an option Alter your lifestyle How to begin saving money For those people who do not have a complete grasp on how important it is to educate yourself about debt, don’t wait another minute! There really is no reason to live your life in constant fear of debtors.< Less
Common Sense Debt Relief By K White
eBook (PDF): $6.49
Are you drowning in debt and avoiding phone calls? Do you need debt relief? Learn the inside trade secrets to handling debt negotiations from a third party debt collector. Read this booklet and... More > learn: debt negotiation, debt settlement,how to lower credit card debt, the pitfalls of filing bankruptcy or using credit counseling and debt settlement agencies. You CAN negotiate your debt on your own and save money, while re-storing your credit score.< Less
Seeking Debt Relief By Shushmul Maheshwari
eBook (PDF): $10.00
Are you stuck in debts? Spending sleepless nights? You don’t even know as to how to get out of this traumatic state of mind that debts have put you in? If these questions seem to be addressing... More > you, then it’s time to find a definite solution. Yes it’s debt relief plan that I am going to talk about now. Debts come easily but don’t go away simply. Debt consolidation is the only solution to help you recover from a difficult financial situation with no need to declare bankruptcy. The debt consolidation offers you instant debt relief that too without any blemishes on your credit history. This e-book “Seeking Debt Relief?” is meant to provide you with step-by-step information on debt consolidation.< Less
Extreme Debt Relief from Creditors and Debt Collectors By John Jay Singleton
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This is the most comprehensive set of extreme debt relief strategies than you will find anywhere. Your attorney will not even be aware of some of them and in fact, may not even be permitted to use... More > them if he did know.< Less
Extreme Debt Relief from Foreclosure By John Jay Singleton
eBook (ePub): $9.97
This is how you stop any foreclosure and keep your house for four years or more without mortgage payments, without bankruptcy, without modification, without paying property taxes and without... More > homeowners insurance (replacing it with renter's insurance).< Less
The Debt Trap By Brian Esakowitz
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This book details how easy it is to get into financial trouble, as well as solutions to get out of trouble.
The Debt Trap By Brian Esakowitz
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This book details how easy it is to get into financial trouble, as well as solutions to get out of trouble.

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