Crushing Debt

Crushing Debt

Why Canadians Should Drop Everything and Pay Off Debt

Book - 2012
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As the majority of Canadians are now spending much more than they make, their debt levels are reaching crisis proportions. Excluding mortgage debt, the average Canadian owes over $25,000 in consumer debt, which poses massive risks not only for the individuals carrying that financial load, but for our entire financial system. In Crushing Debt , bestselling author David Trahair ( Enough Bull) warns Canadians that consumer debt is becoming an urgent problem but one that can be solved.

Trahair clearly outlines the evils of debt and how easy it is for debt to spiral out of control with examples of real-life stories of debt disasters. If you are a Canadian who is already struggling with debt, Crushing Debt will motivate you to face your financial problems and will show you step-by-step the most appropriate solution to getting out of your personal debt hell. Filled with proven advice, Crushing Debt is a call to action on an urgent and debilitating problem for far too many Canadians.

Publisher: Toronto : J. Wiley & Sons Canada, c2012.
ISBN: 9781118092200
Characteristics: 160 p.,ill ;,23 cm.


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May 31, 2012

More than just methods of saving money, Trahair looks at the inter-connectedness of finances. Some of it is a bit dry, but overall helpful because he lays out all your options for dealing with debt, how they work, and what they mean for you.

lbrookins Apr 03, 2012

This book does a wonderful job of explaining the fiscal state of the leading banks and Canada in general - as well as antidotes to inspire you to take control of your own debt situation - follow this read up by using the resource materials available from the "Til Debt Do Us Part" Lady Gail Vqaz-Oxlade at

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