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Author Joe Dominguez was a Wall Street analyst who walked away from a high-powered financial career in 1969, retiring at age 30. For the rest of his life he lived comfortably on about $6,000 per year, while donating a small fortune to various charities. This audio seminar is his life?s work ? a…read more

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By unlocking the mortgage industry's trade secrets, this indispensable book will help readers understand credit scoring and learn how to obtain—and improve—their credit reports. • Includes the latest information on banking and lending requirements in the post-credit-crisis environment • Explains…read more

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When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can wipe out some of your debt and pay off the rest over time with a repayment plan approved by the bankruptcy court. You may be able to: avoid foreclosure stop car repossession reduce car loan debt stop most debt collectors, and remove junior liens…read more

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The financial services world is changing. Technology is enabling an automated approach to investing that should bring down the cost of commodity services.  No longer do you have to fund the lifestyle of a broker or advisor to have him tell you how to diversify or where to find the next…read more

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This informative and accessible book provides a one-stop guide to navigating the many financial questions facing today's military in all phases of service: active duty, preparing for transition or retirement, and post-military lives and careers. It covers general financial planning along with…read more

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According to the latest statistics, 1 in 7 people are being pursued by a debt collector. Collectors vigorously pursue collecting debts (whether they are accurate or not.) Some collectors use the mail, the phone, the credit bureaus, and the court system to harass, annoy, threaten, trick, dupe, and…read more