Mastering Your Debt
Jared Dillian

Jared Dillian’s
Guide to Getting Debt-Free for Good

Start owning your life today (not renting it)

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If you’ve ever wondered “How the hell did I get here?” as you open yet another credit card bill, you’re not alone.

If you’re limping along under the crushing burden of any kind of debt, you are not alone. In fact, you are not alone to the tune of almost $4 trillion, which is what US consumer debt stands at right now.

A whole industry has sprung up around this debt complex, and it’s kind of gross. Loan sharks… Dodgy “Be free of debt in 3 minutes!!!!” merchants… Companies or people looking to exploit the desperation of the indebted.

I don’t really care about that almost-$4-trillion figure. I care about the individual stories contained within it. I’ve been in the finance industry for a couple of decades–I’ve made a career out of being “good with money”–and I want to help individuals like you.

Because once debt is on your personal balance sheet, it’s super easy for it to spiral, and super hard to get it off.

But wouldn’t you like to get that debt off your balance sheet?

My no-BS, no-babying guide to debt will help you start lifting that weight off today.

Even if your debt is large and overwhelming…
Even if you’ve tried before to sort out your debt, and given up…
And even if you feel like you’ll never reach “debt-free” status

Get Mastering Your Debt Now

Here’s the thing. Taking on debt is basically screwing over your future self, with very few exceptions. You’re borrowing a lifestyle to live right now, while flipping the bird at Future You.

It’s easy to do it, of course, because the consequences of these decisions don’t hurt immediately.

But they hurt with a vengeance later on.

So, it’s time to be kinder to Future You. Time to pave the way for a less-stressed-out life. Time to start Mastering Your Debt now.

Chapter 1

A comprehensive framework for laying out where you are now with debt, and where you want to be

Chapter 2

Detailed information on your FICO score, how to find it and decode it, and the consequences of a poor credit history

Chapter 3

Step-by-step advice on how to get off the credit merry-go-round and clear your debt for good

Chapter 4

Break Glass in Case of Emergency” plans, laying out the options when it seems like there are no more options

Chapter 5

The actions you can take to ensure your continued success once you’re debt-free

Chapter 6

Your personal GOOD (Get Out of Debt) calculator

And here’s a taste of what you’ll learn…

An exact formula for prioritizing what you should pay off first–setting out a clear roadmap to zero debt
Why most “debt dieters” fail miserably… and why you don’t need to follow rigid rules to get debt-free
How to figure out your debt style so you know what pitfalls to avoid
Why you must ask yourself these 4 hard questions in order to start chopping down your debt today
The #1 reason you should be a bad customer of the bank (and how you can do it)
How to stay motivated every day on your way to a less stressful life (with this easy-to-use chart)
How to manage your financial health in a smart way with these extra resources
A quick and easy cheat sheet to good and bad credit, so you can use credit as a tool, not a set of handcuffs
Why it’s urgent that you put your relationship with money on the (metaphorical!) therapist’s couch
What you can do to stop stressing about negotiating with your creditors
My recommendation for working out a payoff schedule that will have you a living a debt-free life sooner
The step-by-step guide to developing your own money principles, so you don’t return to bad habits

And there’s plenty more in there too. If you’re ready to give it a try, simply click here to get started (and to save 50% on the list price).

And if you’re not quite sure yet, here’s a quick look at what my readers are saying about my personal finance advice:

“They don't teach ANY of this in high school or even as General Ed in college. Personal finance should be a required course for a bachelor’s degree in my opinion. You are doing a great public service.”

Dan S.

“I love your personal finance stuff. LOVE IT! It’s actionable, for everyone. It’s life lessons, and financial philosophy, without being preachy and over-the-top Dave Ramsey style.”

Chris B.

“I've been very surprised that someone with your institutional [background] has been able to write so keenly and practically on the topic of personal finance, and I appreciate it.”

Dan H.

“I agree with the majority of your positions and I've forwarded quite a few of [your] articles to younger guys and couples that I am mentoring in investment and financial matters. I think young people need to hear these conservative truths because they are not going to hear it from Madison Ave. or other liberal sources. Thanks for being so candid… Keep up the great work.”

Ed W.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mastering Your Debt

How do I know if this guide is for me?

Well, I guess you don’t until you give it a try!

I will say though, that if you’re looking for hand-holding, or a guide that pretends to take on the responsibility for you, this guide probably isn’t for you.

This guide is for you if you’ve decided that you’ve had enough of worrying about debt, enough of dreading the mailman, enough of expending mental energy trying not to think about your looming problem.

I can’t force people to make good financial decisions. I can show you the right path to take once you’re ready to make those good financial decisions for yourself.

What if I start following the Mastering Your Debt plan, but fall off the wagon?

Just pick yourself up and start again. This guide isn’t like a fad diet that you have to regimentally follow to see any success.

Because the point isn’t just to help you get debt-free, it’s to help you change your financial habits, and change how you think about debt, credit, and money itself… for good. So yes, you will have to be strict, but really you’ll be imposing your own rules here (and when you start seeing the results, you’ll be hooked).

Now, if you’re ready to start mastering your debt, simply fill in the form below.

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And I’m so confident that you’ll find Mastering Your Debt indispensable that you can try it out for 30 days. If you decide that this guide isn’t going to work for you, just get in touch and I’ll refund every cent you paid.

It’s one of the most risk-free financial decisions you could make!

Get your copy of Mastering Your Debt, and you’ll immediately get:

Crystal clear, straight, direct guidance on digging yourself out of the debt hole
Guidance from a guy who has worked in the finance industry for more than two decades
Actionable information you can start using right now (hint: you’ll need a pen and paper)
A stack of extra resources and recommendations, so you can start taking care of all aspects of your financial health
The peace of mind that comes with knowing you’ve already taken the first step to getting out of debt (for less than 10 bucks)
And remember, you save 50% when you give it a try today.

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