Ways To Make Unemployment Even Harder
You are up to your eyeballs in debt.
“It is the debtor that is ruined by hard times.” President Rutherford
Perhaps the "good old days" of high credit card limits, 4% unemployment
rates, and easy mortgages spoiled us. Too many people got a double whammy
when they lost their jobs, had their salary or hours cut, or lost fringe
benefits altogether. They were just barely meeting their debt obligations
on their old salary when all of a sudden their income was reduced. Now,
their inability to keep up with the debt started a domino effect. Missed
payments meant interest rates were raised on the adjustable debt, which
led to more missed payments. That led to long term negatives placed on
their credit reports.
Even if things are good now, think about the "what ifs". Millions of
people didn't think they would lose their jobs, but they did. We learned
it could happen to anyone. Arrange your lifestyle and money management now
in such a way that builds personal economic security that protects you
from life's surprises, rather than makes you more vulnerable.
the book that has unemployment terrified.
Unemployment thrives on those that aren’t sure how to fight back. Just
like a bully, that is also unemployment’s weakness. When you are facing an
unusually large and determined bully, like unemployment, it helps to have
How To Scare The Hell Out Of Unemployment
will be your back up, and show you how to scare the hell out of