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Bounce Back From Bankruptcy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Back on Your Financial Feet, Third Edition ePub download

by Paula Langguth Ryan

  • Author: Paula Langguth Ryan
  • ISBN: 1889605026
  • ISBN13: 978-1889605029
  • ePub: 1681 kb | FB2: 1320 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Personal Finance
  • Publisher: Pellingham Casper Communications; 3rd edition (March 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 778
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Bounce Back From Bankruptcy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Back on Your Financial Feet, Third Edition ePub download

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Bounce Back From Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Guide to Getting Back on Your Financial Feet. The Inner Transformation Newsletter. Because she learned how to get herself and her limited thinking out of the way so she could recognize that she was already in the flow – the divine flow, that is. Once she aligned herself fully, by tithing on every level of her life, including her thoughts, words, actions and treasures, what she desired – which was already present in the invisible substance around her – manifested into visibility within 48 hours of setting her intention.

Here is a step-by-step guide for you to follow as you try to recover your loan from your friend. You’ve now escalated the problem to its logical extreme, and there’s no turning back. Understand The Delay. You must speak to your friend and understand what’s causing the delay. Remember that this option is not just going to cost you your friendship, it’s also going to cost you money to fund the legal process.

And, two of Ryan’s recent books on overcoming financial ruin are Bounce Back From Bankruptcy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Back on Your Financial Feet and Giving Thanks: The Art of Tithing. Bankruptcy is designed to give people a fresh start, Ryan says. If you’re losing sleep, your health is failing, your relationships are negatively affected, or you find yourself looking for ways out – including harming yourself or doing something illegal – then claiming bankruptcy may be the best option for surviving the overwhelming financial stress

To get you started, you can instantly download a free copy of my Do’s and Don’ts of Bouncing Back From Bankruptcy by filling out the form below.

To get you started, you can instantly download a free copy of my Do’s and Don’ts of Bouncing Back From Bankruptcy by filling out the form below. This 48-page guide will help you with the basics.

The ONLY thing standing between you and good credit after bankruptcy is not knowing what steps YOU should take next. Whether you are looking for immediate credit after bankruptcy or you never want to see another credit card as long as you live, this book will show you how to rebuild financially after bankruptcy.

Get details on how to buy a car after bankruptcy, including how and where to get an auto loan after bankruptcy without paying sky-high interest. Find the best credit card after bankruptcy, and determine whether a secured credit card or an unsecured credit card is your best choice. Discover how to get the best interest rates on a personal loan after bankruptcy, how to rent an apartment, buy a home, or even refinance after bankruptcy.

Unlike other books that teach you how to get new credit after bankruptcy so you're right back in debt again, this book provides you with the tools you need to break the chains that keep you locked in an endless cycle of debt. You CAN have a second chance, financially after bankruptcy. This book shows you how.

Gir
I just finish this book and was very very helpful this is a must read I found a the credit card section and the credit report information is this a great book to read
Saberdragon
Most complete guide to life after bankruptcy I've seen. The information is laid in out in an orderly fashion that makes it easy to understand, easy to follow and easy to quick reference once read. A good hand book for those who have....and those who have not file bankruptcy.
Lyrtois
Anyone who is seeing their debts pile up will benefit from this book.
For those who have been through chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings, this book is ESSENTIAL. Scam artists are about to descend on you, and this book will help you avoid them. Also, it will direct you to the actions and the people that will help you run your life successfully from a financial perspective in the future.
What happens to people after they declare bankruptcy is something that few know anything about. Ms. Ryan does a nice job of summarizing the law and the relevant credit practices. Unlike many books about personal financial planning, she shows and tells you just what to do. This book includes form letters, telephone numbers, telephone scripts, and places to get information on-line. In each case, she tells you who will try to rip you off, and who will give you the best deal. She speaks from experience, having both declared bankruptcy once and later found herself falling behind again.
The reality is better than you think. People want to do business with you. They just don't want to take unnecessary risks. You can even get credit cards again (usually secured by a savings account in the beginning). After you show a history of repaying debts and making payments on time for about two years, most doors will be open to you for credit at reasonable rates. But you'll get less credit than before, so that lenders don't get burned by you.
The sections in this book are outstanding on how to fix your credit history (and how to avoid getting scammed by people who will claim to do it for you in ways that are not sustainable), avoid bad credit card deals, get loans for the things you need (cars and homes), and improve your spending habits. They rank with the best personal finance books that I have read. Anyone will benefit from this advice!
The subjects covered include taking the first steps towards reestablishing credit (which will help you rent property and get a new job, even if you don't plan to borrow), eliminating debts not discharged in bankruptcy, breaking the cycle of piling on debt, how to use secured credit cards intelligently (and where to get the best deal), buying a car (with or without credit), job issues, renting a house or apartment issues, traveling without credit cards, buying a house with credit, how to get out from under if you start having debt problems again (both with and without filing for bankruptcy again), and building financial security. On the last subject, you will need more than this book offers. I suggest John Bogle's excellent book, Common Sense on Mutual Funds.
The book does a nice job of easing the pain and embarrassment of bankruptcy for those who are prepared to do what it takes to become more financially successful. The book is very good about letting you avoid harrassment and unpleasant situations while being totally candid and honest about your situation.
The book's detail is very thorough and deals with all aspects of the situations that I could think of other than alimony and child support issues.
My only complaint about the book is that it did not seem to be well proof read. Line breaks and paragraph breaks occur randomly, and there are more typos than you would normally expect. The quality of the content seems fine, though.
If you want to learn a little more about Ms. Ryan, she has been the bankruptcy guru on AOL for a number of years, and you can find her now at theWhiz.
I think this would also be a good book for young people to read before starting out. By understanding how people end up being bankrupt and having to deal with these issues, it may forearm them to not make unnecessary mistakes.
Use the good examples of those who have gone before you to best advantage!
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I received my "Bounce Back from Bankruptcy" book on Wednesday, 9/11. I opened it immediately and I was not able to put it down - except when I had to cook dinner. I had finished reading it and in the process of re-reading it. It was very helpful. Now I am going to use Paula's sample letters to correct some information on my credit reports. I also told my 19-year old son to order his credit report from one of the credit bureaus and we found out errors in his personal information.Thank you so much for this wonderful book. I will be writing to Paula to let her know how it has helped me improved my credit score. Keep up the good work.
Kemath
well i've purchased quite a few books on this subject since filing and this is one of the most informative i've read so far. It is jam packed with information on where to go to get a good secured credit card. She even gives websites and toll free numbers! All i can say for spooge-monkey is look at his name, it says it all! I purchased the book he refers to and found it to be "lame and cheesy" with no useful information at all!
Paster
I haven't finished reading all of it but so far, it has been very informative and useful. I have started on her recommended steps which she makes very easy to understand based on her own experiences. This is great resource for a very good price.

This probably won't be the only book I buy about bancruptcy but I am very glad I bought this one.
Longitude Temporary
the only thing good about this good is her technique for purchasing stock to get a gasoline card. but there's easier ways of doing that. this book is fully of stupid advice like: pay cash for a car. come on. don't waste your money. and don;t let the other reviews convince you. this book is a waste of time.
Excellent book with lots of detailed information for somebody that needs this type of information. Highly recommended for someone like be that has no knowledge of this subject.
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