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72 Hours Debt Management Strategy Plan That Faithfully Works for Everyone Quickly And Economicaly - cover

72 Hours Debt Management Strategy Plan That Faithfully Works for Everyone Quickly And Economicaly

Malone Laurel

Publisher: LM Books

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Summary

Consumers who find themselves in debt, struggling to make payments on time, and wondering if they will ever be debt-free can benefit from a good debt management plan (DMP).

Consulting with a credit counselor, loan consolidation specialist, or DMP service can provide you assistance in your effort to reduce your debt.

You can also develop your own strategy for managing and eliminating your debt by creating a budget, contacting your creditors, and prioritizing your bills.

This book will put you through other very suitable plans that can work for any debtor effectively.

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