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Is Your Wallet Killing You?: Financial CPR (Volume 1)

Is Your Wallet Killing You?: Financial CPR (Volume 1)

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"Shumard and Ferderer, (lawyers with a conscience) reveal the truth they learned from your creditors. This book could increase your net worth by hundreds of thousands of dollars overnight. If you're in financial crisis, don't wait another minute to read this book." --Richard Paul Evans, New York Times bestselling author of The 5 Lessons a Millionaire Taught Me about Life and Wealth "Hundreds of billions to bail out the banks. But what about you? This book reveals what you need to know about your financial bailout." -Robert G. Allen, New York Times bestselling author of Nothing Down and Creating Wealth At a time when companies and industries receive billions in government bailouts, record numbers of individual Americans are struggling with the shame and stress of unsustainable debt. They live in dread, afraid of losing their jobs and their homes. When the phone rings, their hearts race. They avoid opening the mail because of the huge stack of overdue bills. Their health and their personal relationships suffer. Yet fear and shame make them reluctant to even consider the one step that holds out the promise of a fresh start: declaring bankruptcy. In IS YOUR WALLET KILLING YOU? Financial CPR, authors Jo Anne Shumard and Stuart Ferderer draw on decades of experience as bankruptcy attorneys to destigmatize and demystify the process. Shumard and Ferderer offer an honest, no-nonsense perspective on finances, guiding each reader through an analysis of his or her situation. By following the stories of people who have been in their shoes, readers learn the warning signs of disaster, take a clear-eyed look at their options, and develop a guide to their own personal cure. IS YOUR WALLET KILLING YOU? Financial CPR offers anxious debtors a pathway to a fresh start, one that removes the shame while lifting the threat of garnishment and repossession, allowing them to retain valuable assets and live debt-free.