Dump Your Debt Authored by Financial Crisis Talk Show Host Ken Gross Provides Answers, Hope and Direction to Individuals
A book which explains why in these difficult times it is critical to shed debt and preserve future income for retirement.
BINGHAM FARMS, Mich., Aug. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Financial Crisis Management Attorney and Radio Talk Show Host, Ken Gross, has released DUMP YOUR DEBT. The book, released by OPT Books, provides detailed steps on how to shed debt – at the least possible cost – so that future income goes in the bank and not to the bank! The “secrets” of gaining approvals to a short sale, resolving tax problems, settling credit card debt and second mortgages at discounts of up to 90%, are revealed by someone who does it every day with creative solutions.
Gross details what works and what doesn’t in resolving financial issues. One reviewer aptly states, “His book tells what could be any man’s/woman’s story in our country today. He tells it in simple, identifiable, layman language, and hopefully will educate and empower each and every one of us who has to deal with banks, lenders and financial institutions in our growing and ever more impersonal world.” Comments Gross, “The rules of the game have changed. You can’t just pay your debts and take the hit on your property values, when the banking industry gets bailed out at taxpayer expense. You need to preserve your future income for you and your family. I wrote the book to help people see there is opportunity. Ten percent of all profits from the book will be earmarked to provide legal assistance to people facing financial issues.”
Gross started the Financial Crisis Talk Show in November 2008. The show airs weekly in the Metro Detroit market. Gross has received acclaim for the show’s refreshing approach and his strategy of exploring alternate debt relief strategies for individuals and businesses. Gross was recognized as a Leader in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly in 2011, has appeared on CNN, and his creative work was featured in The Wall Street Journal and The Detroit News. He is a frequent guest on local television and author of a monthly column on financial issues in The Detroit Jewish News.
The book is $9.99 and available on Amazon.com – enter DUMP YOUR DEBT.