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Managing Debt For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-06815-1
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312 pages
April 2011
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Introduction.

Part I: Getting a Grip on Your Finances.

Chapter 1: The Basics of Managing Too Much Debt.

Chapter 2: Facing Financial Facts.

Chapter 3: Adopting an Attitude for Success.

Part II: Going on a Debt Diet.

Chapter 4: Building a Budget.

Chapter 5: Slashing Your Spending and Making More Money.

Chapter 6: Negotiating with Your Creditors.

Chapter 7: Consolidating Your Debts.

Chapter 8: Using Credit Counseling to Get a Grip on Your Finances.

Chapter 9: Dealing with Debt Collectors.

Part III: Tackling Your High-Stake Debts.

Chapter 10: Managing Your Past-Due Mortgage.

Chapter 11: Keeping Your Wheels on the Road.

Chapter 12: Avoiding an Eviction and the Loss of Your Utilities.

Chapter 13: Handling Medical Bills and Child Support Obligations.

Chapter 14: Catching Up on Your Federal Taxes.

Chapter 15: Taking Responsibility for Your Federal Student Loan.

Part IV: Avoiding Debt Problems down the Road.

Chapter 16: Getting Good Credit Back.

Chapter 17: Life after Too Much Debt: Staying on Track.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 18: Ten Great Resources for Dealing with Debt.

Chapter 19: Ten Debt Don’ts.

Index.

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