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The Complete Guide To Credit Repair

by Bill Kelly

With more and more people declaring bankruptcy and total debt in this country rising, the time is perfect for a book like The Complete Guide to Credit Repair. Not only will this book show people how to repair...


The Wealthy Spirit: Daily Affirmations for Financial Stress Reduction

Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey

by Joanie Demer & Heather Wheeler

What if you could save over 70% on your monthly grocery budget and build a stockpile of food at the same time? Don t be a skeptic! Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey will jumpstart your journey to saving $600...


The 5-Minute Debt Solution: Get Out Fast & Stay Out Forever

by Chris Hendrickson & Anthony Robbins

What would your life be like if you were debt free? What if you had a way to create a simple plan for not only debt freedom, but financial independence as well? Simplicity is sustainability. The 5-Minute Debt...


Don't Own, Don't Rent, Live Well: How to be Debt Free, Build Your Nest Egg & Live Life on Your Own Terms

by Matthew Peters & Fiona Peters

In "Don't Own, Don't Rent, Live Well", Matthew & Fiona Peters share how, they pay nothing for their housing, eliminated their debts, built their nest egg, worked less, and traveled the world.  Since 2001 they...


Get Out of Debt Now: The Roadmap to Financial Freedom

by Anne Marie

I know what's like to be broke.

Nine years ago I was in debt because of the huge legal fees and the loss of my job. I was an innocent victim fighting for justice. The lawyer's fee almost bankrupt me. I resorted...


Save Big: Cut Your Top 5 Costs and Save Thousands

by Elisabeth Leamy, Robin Roberts & Diane Sawyer

Good Morning America correspondent and ABC News columnist reveals tips for achieving unbelievable savings

In this battered economy, saving money matters more to consumers than ever before. But most people are...


4 Steps to Financial Security for Lesbian and Gay Couples: Expert Advice for Reducing Your Tax Burden, Increasing Your Wealth, and Protecting Each Oth

by Harold L. Lustig

THE FIRST FINANCIAL GUIDE TAILORED EXCLUSIVELY TO LESBIAN AND GAY COUPLES ON HOW TO PROTECT THEIR ASSETS WHEN LAWS FAIL

Lesbian and gay couples can achieve solid, long-term financial security--but they need to...


But . . . It's My Money

by Gary FitzGerald

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Why does this author purport to know better than any of the other hundreds and possibly thousands of financial services people who have entered your life in a "sure shot - can't fail" book, investment,...


Well-Heeled: The Smart Girl's Guide to Getting Rich

by Lesley-Anne Scorgie

Drawing on her own personal experience, financial analyst and public speaker Lesley-Anne Scorgie lays out the roadmap for young women seeking financial independence. This book focuses on giving women the tools,...


Quicken 2012 QuickSteps

by Martin Matthews & Bobbi Sandberg

Start using Quicken 2012 right away--the QuickSteps way.

Color screenshots and clear instructions make it easy to ramp up on the latest release of the #1 personal finance software. Follow along and learn how...


Money Order: The Money Management Guide for Women

by Gail Shapiro

Make Your Money Work for You

Thirty or forty years ago, most women depended on a weekly allowance from their husbands to run the household and care for children. Although today's women share the breadwinning...


How to Buy a Home

by Luis Cortes

It's hard to think about buying a home. Where do you begin? How do you know if you're ready? What forms must you fill out? How can you avoid being taken advantage of? You might even feel that owning a home is...


How to Fix Your Credit

by Luis Cortes & Karin Price Mueller

You're not alone. About 51 million American households carry credit card debt at an average balance of nearly $12,000. Credit trouble is a problem you can't ignore. No matter how much money you earn or where...


Life or Debt 2010: A New Path to Financial Freedom

by Stacy Johnson

As creator and host of the hugely successful Money Talks television news series, Johnson has helped millions of people get out of debt, achieve financial freedom, and earn from wise investments. Now, in this...


Wealth Watchers: A Simple Program to Help You Spend Less and Save More

by Alice Wood & Glenn Rifkin

Through her journey from having it all to dealing with financial setbacks, Wood provides tools to help you organize your finances and understand which spending patterns are knocking you off-track.

Ten years ago,...


Spending Smart: A Consumer's Guide to Saving Money and Making Good Financial Decisions

by Gregory Karp & Chicago Tribune Staff

Spending Smart is a compact but immensely helpful collection of columns from the weekly Chicago Tribune column penned by Gregory Karp. Offering tips for consumers across a wide variety of fields, including insurance,...


Reset YOUR Barcode: Five Steps to a Financial Reset

by Marvin Reynolds

When you avoid that one financial problem, you increase the value of your contribution. Just as when the elephant enters the pond, the water level goes up for everyone, when your contribution increases, so do...


The Complete Idiot's Concise Guide to Getting Out of Debt

by CFP, Ken Clark

You want to lower - or even eliminate - your debt. But it's not easy to balance your checkbook when so much of your salary is consumed by life. This helpful guide offers solid strategies to help you get out...


The $1,000 Challenge: How One Family Slashed Its Budget Without Moving Under a Bridge or Living on Government Cheese

by Brian J. O'Connor

Are You Brave Enough for the $1,000 Challenge?

Middle-class incomes are stretched more than ever. Feeling the strain himself, personal finance columnist Brian O'Connor decided to put his own family's spending...