Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Coping With Credit Card Debt - New eCourse Under Development

Coping With Credit Card Debt - New eCourse Under Development

Hi! So many people across the world are facing difficulties arising from excessive credit card debt.

The main reason is a lack of understanding concerning the mechanics of compounding and the basics of sound cash flow management. Therefore, right now I'm working on developing a new, FREE eCourse to help people gain a better handle on the pitfalls of escalating credit card debt.

If this is a subject that interests you, then you might like to read about, think about, and possibly even comment on the following subjects that will form part of this course, which I will keep working on for a while longer before rolling it out for my readers to learn from.

For now, here are 3 subjects for your immediate contemplation:

1. Do credit cards really help people with their finances?
2. Are there strategies to escape the clutches of the wrong types of debt?
3. What is the role of cash flow management in managing money well?

I'd like you to reread the descriptions of the 3 subjects. Select the ones that most interest you. Have you done so? Then, study these corresponding online articles:

1. Do credit cards really help people with their finances? Read, study and carry out research based on what you learn from Credit Cards - Friends or Foes?
2. Are there strategies to escape the clutches of the wrong types of debt? Think about that as you read Escaping Debt Slavery
3. What is the role of cash flow management in managing money well? Refine your thinking on this vital subject as you study What Is A Cash Flow Statement?

As you carry out all this reading and thinking, do feel free to return here to leave a comment on what you would find most useful in the upcoming eCourse.

Bye for now. Take care.



Warmest regards,


Rajen

PS. I urge you to read each of the 3 articles, or at least the ones that appeal to you. Then, use the information as launchpads for ideas and personal research topics that you can develop yourself and start to take action to inject better financial management into your life.

Rajen Devadason is CEO of RD Book Projects and its sister company RD WealthCreation Sdn Bhd. He lives in sunny, peaceful Malaysia with his gorgeous wife Rachel. He's a Malaysian Securities Commission-licensed financial planner, a life planning consultant, a professional speaker and a serial author... which probably explains why he's so exhausted! Some of his books are available here, and, if you're interested, here are some quotations he reckons are accurate, bold or cool.

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4 Comments:

Blogger KCLau said...

Nice articles. I wish that you would blog more often. Thanks!

Tuesday, June 19, 2007 11:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi Rajen, it's somewhat comforting to know that even you had credit card problems way back then. i guess we all do, especially at the age and stage of newly acquired financial power. for me, it happened soon after i graduated and started my first job at a local gov hospital. the pay was good, at least it seemed to me, a fresh young professional who was used to surviving on meagre gov loans and the odd handout from parents when i had the nerve to ask. anyway, new job, nice pay, and soon banks were literally shoving cards my way. so i happily accepted. and even more happily swiped. at supermarkets, on clothes, cosmetics, holidays. wow, it felt so cool. until one really fun holiday during a great big sale. i returned home to find that i had accumulated rm4000 in credit card debt from just 2 weeks on holiday and a months 'regular use'. spent the rest of the year paying it back. i've since learnt my lesson. still very much attached to my plastic, but very clear that it's real money. always make it a point to pay in full every month. it could be a good friend if managed well. anyway, lookng forward to your new ecourse. thanks for the great resources. Amelia

Friday, June 22, 2007 12:45:00 AM  
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Sunday, July 08, 2007 3:14:00 PM  
Anonymous Creditseeker said...

Thank you for all your articles! They are so informative! Especially I appreciate this one: “Coping With Credit Card Debt - New eCourse Under Development”. You know, links are really useful…

Tuesday, August 21, 2007 11:34:00 AM  

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