What's in it for you?
Improving a credit score from "fair" (580 to 669) to "very good" (740+) can save the average household nearly $60,000. I spent my 20s with bad credit and buried in debt in the middle of a recession. Like 70-percent of Americans, I know how scary it is to live paycheck-to-paycheck.
The average household spends $460/month on credit and student loan debt payments, or $5,500 a year. Four in 10 Americans cannot cover a $400 emergency without a credit card or personal loan.
I have created a graduated series of personal finance courses based on over a decade of personal and professional experience as an auditor, author, data- and financial analyst. These easy-to-follow systems helped me pay off over $30,000 in debt in 36-months on my way to an 800 FICO. Later, I would build two businesses, including my own six-figure online brand.
My programs have already worked for others. They will work for you, too.