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The Great Debt Dump: Running Toward Financial Freedom with the Power of Community Paperback – May 11, 2015
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About the Author
Toni Husbands is a financial coach, host of the "Midday Money Show" podcast, and principal debt free enthusiast with the Debt Free Divas. Her family repaid over $100,000 in consumer debt and she wants to help you achieve your financial goals. This author, speaker and award winning entrepreneur would love to connect and support your journey out of debt.
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It reads very much like most get out of debt books. It also offer some interesting words of encouragement and ideas about how to stay on track with your debt reduction program.
We give The Great Debt Dump all five stars. We think this could give you the help you need to get out of debt.
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