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Debt-Free Blueprint

How to Get Out of Debt and Build a Financial Life You Love
Narrated by: Laura D. Adams
Length: 3 hrs and 22 mins
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Tired of feeling stressed about growing debt balances, out-of-control finances, and an uncertain future? Debt-Free Blueprint: How to Get Out of Debt and Build a Financial Life You Love is an easy-to-follow guide to eliminate debt faster than you ever thought possible and create the financial future you deserve. 

Laura D. Adams is the award-winning author of Money Girl's Smart Moves to Grow Rich and host of the top-rated Money Girl podcast since 2008. She's helped millions of loyal fans grow rich with her savvy and down-to-earth financial advice. She gives guidance in bite-size chunks that are easy to understand and implement so you can eliminate debt faster than you ever thought possible. Let Laura show you how to take control of your finances, stop worrying about money, and build a life you truly love. 

Debt-Free Blueprint walks you through the process of getting out of debt, using helpful examples and often-overlooked techniques, strategies, and programs. You’ll learn how to make financial decisions with confidence and financially feel secure about your future. 

In this book, you’ll discover how to:

  • Get out of debt faster, even if you don’t have extra money
  • Bridge the gap between your current reality and where you want to be
  • Create a simple but effective debt reduction plan to guide your life
  • Prioritize and tackle debt in the right order
  • Settle and negotiate a debt for less than you owe
  • Optimize debt so it costs less and allows you to pay it off sooner
  • Find government programs that make debts more affordable
  • Manage student loans more effectively so they fit into your budget
  • Reduce money stress so you achieve more and build a financial life you love

Purchase Debt-Free Blueprint to get out of debt faster so you can quit worrying and start building the financial future you've dreamed about and deserve.

©2018 Laura D. Adams (P)2019 Laura D. Adams

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  • Velanche
  • San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
  • 03-13-19

Sensible and Practical

I'm sure going to make use of the sage advice here to wither down my own debt. Laura Adams keeps things to the point, but also seems to want to help give people a fair shake and feel empowered. Give this a try; I will.

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Great advice and tips for getting rid of debt!

Laura provides simple no-nonsense advise and strategies for debt management.

She acknowledges that reducing and managing starts with changing your mindset!

Would read another title from her.

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Straight forward plan -> follow it

Laura Adams has been giving great financial advice for a long time. Here she lays out a straight forward plan to get out of debt. It is also not a one size fits all because the first rule of personal finance is that it is personal. She shows the multiple routes to the finish line. Anyone looking to get out of debt should read this book.

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Comprehensive Yet Easy to Digest

If you like the Money Girl podcasts, you'll enjoy this book. It sounds like a compilation of her podcasts, all of them covering various forms of debt and how to deal with it. It is thorough - so much so that a lot of it doesn't apply to me now, such as when she discusses mortgages. I will have to listen again in the future when I encounter those debt situations. She speaks clearly without the use of jargon. When she does occasionally throw jargon around, she explains it in a way that doesn't make you feel stupid. All in all, I recommend this audio book (at least at 1.25x speed) to anyone who has any form of debt. You might find yourself learning a little or a lot but learning nevertheless.