Cheshire, CT (PRWEB) December 27, 2005
For consumers who spent too much this holiday season, help is available.
According to a recent poll from ABC news (see: http://abcnews.go.com/Business/PollVault/story?id=1339864), Americans will spend $207 more on holiday gifts in 2005 than last year - total spending on holiday gifts will be $1,096.
For many people, money gets REAL tight this time of year – to pay for all the holiday gifts and to get ready for tax season. Credit card debt seems to be a way of life these days. That’s why getting out of debt usually makes most of the top New Year’s Resolution lists. And 2006 should be no different.
The course reveals "5 Simple Tips For Getting Out Of Debt Faster & Saving A Ton Of Money."
The course’s author, Kris Bickell, paid off $26,158 in credit card bills in less than 2 years, without filing bankruptcy, so he knows what it is like to struggle (from a business idea that didn’t work out) and to get rid of debt. His new online course, “5 Simple Tips For Getting Out Of Debt Faster & Saving A Ton Of Money!” can help anyone get on the path to financial independence, fix their credit problems, and save a lot of money.
Here are just some of the debt reduction tips and money-saving strategies Kris used, that consumers will learn:
- The most important step for getting out of debt...is the first one!
- The key to saving money (online or offline)
- Compare the different debt reduction programs available to consumers
- How to make extra spending money on the Internet – even without any products to sell
- How to get a free credit report…and how to improve a low credit score
The course is available to anyone needing help with credit card debt, and can be accessed online at: http://www.debt-tips.com/course.html
Kris Bickell started Debt-Tips.com in 2001 to share the tips and strategies he used to solve his financial problems from an unsuccessful business idea. The website also provides tips for saving money, repairing credit, making money, and more helpful financial information for consumers.