Our upcoming book, The Debt-Free Spending Plan, by JoAnneh Nagler, is now available for review on NetGalley. If you are a book reviewer, journalist, librarian, professor, bookseller, and blogger, or other book professional, we invite you to download an e-galley of the book today.
Finally, a simple and painless plan for living debt free.
Anyone suffering under the crushing weight of debt knows how impossible it can seem to find a way out. It’s overwhelming—and the more complicated the proposed solution, the harder it is to stick with it.
That’s why The Debt-Free Spending Plan is SIMPLE. It doesn’t require sifting through chapters of high-minded financial advice or digging up your past spend ing history. It assumes you need help RIGHT NOW, and gives it to you. You will learn to:
• Downsize expenses without feeling deprived
• Allocate money as it comes in and put together an easy-to-manage bill-paying plan
• Adjust for inevitable overspending
• Pay off debt without gouging expenses and (believe it or not) start saving
The plan is clear, easy, and takes just five minutes a day—and it doesn’t matter if you make $14,000 or $14 million. With straightforward daily spending strategies and effortless expense tracking tools, you will soon find yourself on the road to financial freedom—all before the next billing cycle.
JoAnneh Nagler was once mired in debt. Unable to find a simple, work able solution in existing literature, she developed her own system—a five-minute-a-day approach that really works. She now coaches individuals and couples, using The Debt-Free Spending Plan to help them revolutionize their relationship with money.
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