Books

  • Jeff Michael: Repair Your Credit and Knock Out Your Debt

    Jeff Michael: Repair Your Credit and Knock Out Your Debt
    I highly recommend this book because I wrote it.

  • Edie Milligan: Tips from the Top: Targeted Advice from America's Top Money Minds

    Edie Milligan: Tips from the Top: Targeted Advice from America's Top Money Minds
    I have about a dozen entries in this book.


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Comments

It's an interesting article. Love the "give me credit or give me death" quote. Would Nathan Hale (if he lived today) have said "I only regret that I have but one card to charge for my country?" Apologies for the lame joke!

I think that the writing on the wall dictates that more creative and helpful workout programs are going to be necessary, maybe even legislated into existence for the benefit of consumers. "Consumers" is an awful word, the core of the problem no doubt. Holistic settlement workouts involving the cooperation of all of one's creditors will be the way of the future. This shouldn't be too difficult considering the consolidation in the credit card industry.

One more lame joke: "Never has so much been owed by so many to so few" Winston Churchill, commenting from the grave on the state of Americans and their debt levels in the 21st century. Bad bad bad.

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