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Since the publication of the first edition of "A Survival Guide for Buying a Home", much has changed in the real estate market. The inventory of homes-for-sale is ballooning and prospective buyers will need new techniques to narrow their choices effectively. At the same time, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the average buyer to qualify for a loan. This newly revised edition is tailored to help. It includes updated information on credit... more...

Struggling with debt? Find solutions here. Conquering overwhelming debt starts with understanding your options. Solve Your Money Troublesgives you the tools you need to get your finances back on track. Learn how to: stop debt collector harassment cold negotiate down your debt with creditors reduce your student loan payments, and create a healthy financial plan that you can live with. But that's not all. Solve Your Money Troubles... more...

Overwhelmed with debt? Help is here. When bills pile up, and relief isn’t in sight, you need answers. How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy gives you the knowledge you need to decide whether bankruptcy is right for you, including: which debts get wiped out in bankruptcy what property you’ll be able to keep (you don’t lose everything) how to retain your home or car, if possible, and whether your income qualifies you to file for... more...

Most parents will do just about anything to secure happy lives and bright futures for their kids. Add in competition with other parents and near-constant pressure, their drive to give their kids the best of everything can backfire, setting back the child and the household finances.  Brett Graff, "The Home Economist," exposes how overspending can harm children by setting back intellect and encouraging narcissism, depression and... more...


Keeping your financial house in order is more important than ever. But how do you deal with expenses, debt, taxes, and retirement without getting overwhelmed? This book points the way. It's filled with the kind of practical guidance and sound insights that makes J.D. Roth's GetRichSlowly.org a critically acclaimed source of personal-finance advice. You won't find any get-rich-quick schemes here, just sensible advice for getting the most from your... more...

ABA Consumer Guide to Understanding and Protecting Your Credit Rights: A Practical Resource For Maintaining Good Credit tells you all you need to know about basic rights with respect to obtaining and protecting your credit. It describes rights under federal law and under common types of state laws. Federal law gives extensive rights with respect to credit transactions, and all states have at least some laws on the subject as well.... more...

Why is paying for things painful? Why are we comfortable overpaying for something in the present just because we’ve overpaid for it in the past? Why is it easy to pay $4 for a soda on vacation, when we wouldn’t spend more than $1 on that same soda at our local grocery store? We think of money as numbers, values, and amounts, but when it comes down to it, when we actually use our money, we engage... more...

"The seminal guide to the new morality of personal money management" (Los Angeles Times(on the first edition)) In an age of great economic uncertainty when everyone is concerned about money and how they spend what they have, this new edition of the bestselling Your Money or Your Life is an essential read. With updated resources, an easy-to-use index, and anecdotes and examples particularly relevant today-it tells you how to:... more...

Drawing on his personal experience and years as a pastor, public policy maker, and community leader, DeForest “Buster” Soaries, Jr. shares the twelve steps to achieving financial freedom in this groundbreaking, life-changing book—Say Yes to No Debt. “The idea that debt is actually slavery is offensive to all of our sensibilities,” says Soaries, “but when we continue to spend what we don’t have, charge what we don’t... more...