Recent Articles from Christine

Making Strides!!!

Making Strides – Hitting the nail on the head one by one!!   Angela and Tony are focused and driven; they are preparing for retirement within the next five years and have a great desire to be debt free. Once they made a decision to eliminate ALL debt they began by...

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What does My Credit Profile Say about Me?

Our credit profiles are comprised of variables that some consumers are unaware of that can affect our purchasing power, place of employment and perhaps character.  No longer is sitting across from the desk of a lender sealing a deal with a hand shake the case.  We...

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Taking Action is Worth It!

March 21, 2014 “A power couple that’s leading the way” Tony and Angela are leaders in their church and community.  They shared that after attending a financial workshop that they decided that they would lead by example by taking action and incorporating biblical...

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Getting a Lower Interest Rate is Easy as 1.2.3!

Asking for lower interest rates can sometimes yield great results.  If you have never asked your lender for lower rates on any of your loans, you may never receive lower rates.  We ask our lender to lower our interest rate on an existing used auto loan (in-house) that...

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Pay a Price to Win!

Pay a price to win; doing things the right way! Avoid selling your soul, (diminishing your character) and losing who you are in the process. Everything that is worth having requires your best effort towards your goals, marriage, relationships and yes even winning what...

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Do You Have Money to Burn?

There are times when you have to follow your heart and not your bank account.  January 2, 2014 was the last time I have been clothes, shoes or jewelry shopping; I have money, but no desire to shop.  Is there anybody that can relate to that?  I love a great bargain! ...

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Eat Out or Stay in Debt?

Fact: Americans spend 10 percent of their disposable income on fast food every year. (Wall Street Journal, 2005) Thought to Ponder:  Think about that...if your disposable income is $500 per week (on the low side), and you are like the average American, $50 could be...

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Single Mother Pays Cash for Her Car!

Rachel is a 21 year old single mother who works in a local department store and lives on a modest income.  I overheard the end of a conversation when she said that making payments above $400 for a car payment was not a wise choice.  When I ask her view on making car...

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