Stop the Bleeding: How to Keep Your Money with a Loss of Income

Stop the Bleeding: How to Keep Your Money with a Loss of Income

Matt Englett is the managing partner of Kaufman, Englett & Lynd, also known as KEL Attorneys. His firm has counseled thousands of consumers in overcoming their debt issues. Because of Matt’s extensive legal knowledge, he is routinely sought after by local and national media for his legal insights. Matt is also the host of the nationally syndicated radio program, “Under Oath with Matt Englett.”

“Stop the Bleeding” provides simple, effective solutions for people to take back their live

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  • Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent book., May 27, 2014
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    Eugene Prisament (USA) –
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    This book is great for anyone experiencing financial problems of any kind. It was written in easy-to-read format that the layman can readily understand. Excellent, fast delivery was noted.

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    Stop Paying Your Bills To Save Your Assets, September 16, 2011
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    Don Brown (LaBelle, FL USA) –
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    Englett endeavors to give advice to the unemployed, the underemployed and the struggling business owner in his new book “Stop The Bleeding,” and daily on his radio show.

    Englett says although we’re nowhere near experiencing the same problems as during the Great Depression years, things are not good, and they won’t be getting any better for a while. He advises taking a careful look at how the nation’s and state laws can protect people experiencing deep financial troubles.

    In his book he addresses a question many have never considered before, “When should I stop paying my bills?” Englett contends “There is a point when capital preservation needs to take precedence over good credit.”

    He says, “It’s not a happy place, but it’s out there.” Sometime not paying your bills is the only way to stop the bleeding, he says.

    Englett leads the reader through steps to get out of a bad financial situation, whether it means working with your creditors or using the litigation process to your advantage. He tells how ultimately you can get bill collectors off your back to get your life back together.

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