Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

So, Americans have voted and chosen their next President. The results were close, as always, even though the vast majority of Americans didn’t bother to vote. Though Mr. Trump took the vote at the end of the day based on the weird American state voting process, the numbers separating winner from loser were marginal compared to the amount of citizens involved.

‘the numbers separating winner from loser were marginal compared to the amount of citizens involved’

generic-angry-signAs has become typical in democratic countries, after the election results were in passionate people all over the country whose candidate didn’t win began to complain and protest. Basically the vote showed that half the voters hate the next president while over 6 times that number of people didn’t even bother to go and vote. Their disillusionment and disinterest was palpable.

As the World Power what happens in America influences everyone. The US is in a tough spot with the debt being run up during the previous administration equal to that of every single administration before it added together since America was formed.  The Rand reacted to the US elections as well as local political events with interesting fluctuations as the world tried to figure out what now?

People hate being unsure. Even in debt review, that is the case. What happens if you get a call saying your debt review is not working? What if the person telling you this says they are calling from a creditor you have done business with for years? We consider this and other scenarios in this month’s magazine as we consider: is there a secret to making debt review work?

We also look at local industry news, court cases and advice. All of which will help you know more and thus be better armed for situations that develop while you are under debt review or dealing with debt.

‘Many of those entering the process don’t see it through and fail to take advantage of the process to improve their lives’

trumpIf you are under debt review then passion is needed. Disinterest and disillusionment will not serve you well. Many of those entering the process don’t see it through and fail to take advantage of the process to improve their lives.  We hope that, with the holidays in sight, you stay on track, keep those payments going and very importantly that you remain passionate about becoming debt free.

Besides if ‘the Donald’ can become President – Hey, anything is possible!

 

 

debtfree-digi-november-2016-cover-smallThis article is from the Recent Debtfree DIGI Magazine

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