New Book

New Book: The New Rules for Mortgages

September 27, 2010

Since the beginning of the housing boom, books explaining the mortgage process have grown rapidly, but most of the advice and information in those books no longer applies. The rules have changed. In the current credit environment (and for years to come), prospective home buyers need a book that explains the new reality in terms […]

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New Book: “Fighting Back Against Unfair Debt Collection Practices”

September 16, 2010

New book from FT Press helps consumers protect themselves against debt collecting lies and intimidation New York, NY – Twelve out of 100 people in the U.S. are falling behind on their bills, according to a survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.  These people are likely to get calls from professional debt collectors, […]

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New Book: “How To Sue A Telemarketer – A Guide to Creating Peace On Earth One Telephone Call At A Time”

August 18, 2010

(From publicist & press release) Attorney Steve Ostrow takes great pleasure in busting telemarketers and people who send junk faxes. He’s sued and won ten lawsuits and he’s written a step-by-step to guide to make it easier for the rest of us to sue telemarketers. His new book How To Sue A Telemarketer – A […]

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Provocative New Book on College Funding from UMass Senior

August 6, 2010

(via publisher’s email) I want to give you a quick heads up about Zac Bissonnette. Zac will be a senior this fall at the University of Massachusetts, and he’s doing something amazing — getting an excellent education with ZERO debt. Now he’s writing a book about how he did it and why students and their […]

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You Should Watch Your Net Worth

August 4, 2010

Chicago, July 26, 2010 — In an effort to control their personal finances, many people have focused on two things: reducing spending and reducing outstanding debt.  Both of these are essential goals for those who found themselves deep in debt when the economy changed.  Their excessive spending (spending more than they earned) caused them to […]

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New Book: “Your Life and Your Money”

July 23, 2010

Who’s in charge here? Your family Chief Financial Officer In every family, one of the great revelations in life is realizing that someone has to take charge of the family finances.  Whether it’s the husband or the wife doesn’t really matter. They recognize that financial stress is a constant issue and they take responsibility for […]

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NEW BOOK: “Retirementology: The New Language of Retirement Planning”

July 19, 2010

“A superb introduction to the necessary financial planning no American over 40 can afford to ignore” (Publishers Weekly1) DENVER – In his new book, Retirementology: Rethinking the American Dream in a New Economy, Dr. Gregory Salsbury merges investor psychology with retirement planning in the midst of a once-in-a-generation financial crisis.  Available today from FT Press, […]

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