You could be just two paycheques away from bankruptcy!
More people are up to their eyeballs in debt than ever before. Canadian families currently owe over $450 billion. That's almost $15,000 in debt for every man, woman, and child in the country. It's mortgages, vehicles, credit cards, student loans, and more … and it's dangerous. The number of consumer bankruptcies has been rising dramatically every year, and Canadians from all walks of life are in dire financial straits - from the working poor to the highest-income professionals. No one is immune from crushing debt, and it will just get worse if we don't take control now.
Effectively managing your debt is one of the first-and most important - steps toward your financial health. Put Your Debt on a Diet takes the mystery and fear out of the process of overcoming even the most severe financial problems.
- Shows you how to effectively reduce and eliminate debt using realistic and down-to-earth techniques.
- Provides a clear process and achievable milestones that you and your family can use to improve money management skills and resolve debt problems.
- Includes comprehensive coverage on: assessing your debts, building better money habits, setting financial goals, budgeting strategies, credit counselling, debt reduction strategies, using credit cards wisely, how to shop for credit, and much more.
- Features practical examples, tips, frequently-asked-questions, worksheets, and checklists to help you reduce your debt load.
Whether you're in financial crisis, or just living too close to the edge, Put Your Debt on a Diet is the ultimate reducing plan to help you trim your debt load and put you on the road to good financial health.