"Financial Fresh Start"
The bailout wasn’t just for bankers. New rules and reforms offer
once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for EVERYONE to put their financial
houses in order. From depleted retirement accounts to underwater homes, it’s been
gloomy news for years. But the picture will get much
brighter for those who take advantage of the laws and reforms enacted in
the wake of the banking, real estate, and economic meltdown. The
Dodd-Frank Act. The Making Home Affordable Program. The Consumer
Financial Protection Bureau. These are just a few examples of the
significant but little-understood changes that offer people an
unprecedented chance to set things right with their credit, savings and
investments, employment, housing, retirement and more.
Financial Fresh Start explains it all—simplifying the complicated reforms
and motivating readers to shake off their malaise and radically improve
their long-term financial prospects.
big-picture lens spans the spectrum of money matters, and delivers
clear, actionable answers to questions such as:
• How can you repair your credit quickly and avoid high finance
• What are the safest places for saving and investing?
• Can you legally avoid repaying what you owe?
• Will your home ever be worth what you paid for it?
• Is there life after foreclosure?
• Are you missing out on programs that can put money in your
• Is it possible to make up for recent losses and still retire on
• And more
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