Providing necessary tools to rid your life of debt and the support to empower you to build a better future.
The heart and soul of DebtWatchers is our genuine understanding of what you are going through. We know the dangers of debt, because we have been there before. We are a company that cares.
Using our comprehensive program for getting out of debt will help you learn and acknowledge the triggers that got you there in the first place and help you avoid debting in the future. Guiding you through the process are our experts who have been in your position, but also our series of books that are tools to help you along the way.
The steps we take you through:
- Do not debt today
- Write down everything you spend
- List your outstanding debts
- Cut up your credit cards
- Create a record of your spending
- Plan your monthly spending
- Negotiate with your creditors
- Change your attitudes
- Write your vision
- Get support
It Doesn’t Grown On Trees
Good financial habits are best learned at an early age. The aim of this book is to help adults and children talk about finances together. It is full of interesting anecdotes, brief histories of coins, banknotes and credit cards, fun facts, and games to bridge the gap between parents and their children to discuss financial responsibility. It encourages children to keep records of their finances, and parents to change their ways, thus setting a prime example.
Sanity in Clarity
Sanity in Clarity looks at how to make peace with your personal finances. It is for people who may not be in debt, but who require assistance in managing their money. It is designed to stop you going into debt by helping you adopt key habits and techniques towards best financial management. By having clarity, you avoid the stress that inevitably comes with being in debt.
DebtWatchers Mastery Program
The DebtWatchers Mastery Program is a 10-step guide to fixing your debt, walking you through the process of taking charge of your financial life. Ripe with in-depth teachings, the program is for people who choose to take responsibility for paying off their debts. It will engrain positive habits of financial management so you will escape the despair and humiliation of debt, and possible bankruptcy.