How to Register and Attend Our Free Seminars

Think about the following:

You work 40 hours a week and about 40 years of your life to earn a living and make money. That’s about 80 thousand hours of your entire life. You practically spend 80 thousand hours working for someone else.

Now, think about this: How many hours do you spend managing this money? In a sense, how many hours do you spend working on your own, helping you manage your financial life and goals?

When we tell you about managing your money, it doesn’t mean opening credit card statements or making minimum payments.

That would be keeping you in debt.

What we mean is setting goals for your financial life and actually knowing when your debts will be paid off.

And even if you don’t have any debt, are you saving enough money? Are you overspending? Do you know about identity theft?

It’s not so important how much money you make, but how you manage it and, in general, how well you manage your financial life.

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Our experience shows that many people who had higher salaries were the same people who were heavily in debt. 

The reason may be that you have financial problems, or maybe you need to organize your financial life and don’t know where to start, or maybe you are just curious.

For that purpose, our organization has combined almost 10 years of experience and knowledge into a 120 minute general information seminar. Other seminars may take longer depending on the topic in question.

A selected team chosen from our certified credit counselors, our directors and volunteers will conduct this seminar free of charge for your community.

In the past, we have conducted seminars at churches, fairs, schools and at a consulate in Miami, Florida.

Contact us if you would like to attend a seminar on your own or if you would like us to come to your school, church, fair or workplace.

Spend those 120 minutes doing something that, in a sense, works for you.

The general information seminar we conduct consists of the following areas:

How to establish and maintain a budget?
How to manage debt?
How to avoid bankruptcy, foreclosure and debt cancellation.
The advantages of financial freedom.
Identity theft and your privacy rights.
Your financial life and technology.
20-minute question and answer section.

We invite you, your family and friends to spend 120 minutes of your life that could very well make a significant difference.

It is absolutely free and there will be no obligation and no sale of anything. We do this as part of our company’s mission statement, which you can find in our Message from Directors section.

It is our obligation, our duty and our honor to keep you well informed and financially educated.

We hope you will contact us for more details. You can also request one by completing our free analysis form or by calling us at 1.800.296.4950.