Armstrong, who after more than 40 years as a well-known identity in the Australian business world, retired to southern Tasmania back in 2001 where he now lives on a small country farm with his partner, Tess, and his beloved pair of Smithfield dogs.
When interviewed about his debt program , which he has named the Debt Management Membership Program, Armstrong had this to say,
“I've been fortunate in quite a few ways over my years in business and felt that I should give something back to the community at large. The fact that I consulted to a number of Australia's major financial institutions gave me a good insight into the financial world. I've used this knowledge as the basis for the program I've just released.
“Further, I've observed the significant stress that the 2008 financial crisis, the high level of unemployment, and the current economic and financial status of countries around the world has caused to so many people who are now deeply in debt. And I'm aware that debt can cause a condition of deep depression in many people.
“It is my hope that my Debt Management Program just released will go a long way to assisting at least some of the those affected by debt.”
The Debt Management Membership Program is now available at minimal cost at Armstrong's website, http://www.thedebtconsolidation.org He anticipates that participating members applying the principles contained in the Program's Modules will succeed in retiring their debt by the end of the ten weeks.
The Program consists of 10 Modules which are available for weekly instant download over a ten week period.
These Modules are full of actionable content and cover budgeting, consumer debt, credit score, credit cards, foreclosure, insurance, bankruptcy, employment, and retirement.
It was also revealed in the interview with Rusty Armstrong that, in addition to his Debt Management Program, in recent times he had created a blog site, http://www.creditscorex.com that had generated a relatively strong following from people interested in, or needing access to, pertinent information relating to personal finance.
Armstrong said that he would be continuing to post regular new articles on this blog that would be interest to those people who were facing problems with debt.
In closing the interview, Rusty Armstrong gave this bit of advice for those with heavy debt, “I believe the most positive step you can take in moving out of debt is, wherever possible, pay cash … do not use a credit card. Even consider leaving your plastic money at home!”
More details on the now released Debt Management Membership Program can be found at the website: http://www.thedebtconsolidation.org