Transforming your debt mentality to a wealth mindset starts by minimizing or removing your debt balances. If you're still thinking 'I can make payments' you’re not going to accumulate wealth.
“I can't afford to pay cash for the good things in life, so I will make payments so I can enjoy them now.”
Change the way you think. Change your financial outcome.
“By minimizing or avoiding purchases that consume my monthly income with payments, I can quickly grow my cash flow to accommodate a more vibrant financial future.”
Evaluate your debts. How are they restricting you? What tools do you have to leverage wealth accumulation over indebtedness?
1End the mental drain of paying creditors
2Reduce your financial responsibilities
3Increase cash flow to start building wealth
"Remind yourself of 'what makes you happy': Blogger shares her advice about battling debt and depression," CNBC
The letters in the word ‘V.A.S.T.’ each stand for a powerful strategy that can work on your behalf to help reduce and remove your personal debt.
Validation is a process that legally challenges the validity of how your debts are collected. This process demands that creditor's prove they have followed the letter of the law when collecting your debt. If a creditor cannot verify the law has been followed, the debt is not collectable.
Bottom Line The failure of the creditor to follow the law could make your debt(s) uncollectible and you can be released from those debt(s).
The assumption process changes the terms and conditions of your creditor contract(s). Even after changes are accepted by the creditor, the new terms are not followed. This results in fees/fines charged to the creditor, offsetting the original debt. Each case is unique so be sure to contact your agent and set an appointment to learn the details.
Bottom Line Like validation, assumption is an option allowing you to choose what program works for you - either way you end up debt free!
Our settlement agency negotiates with your creditors on your behalf to establish more favorable terms—lower payoff balances and a more advantageous payment schedule.
Bottom Line New terms can result in lower monthly payments and a shorter time frame to become debt free.
Our tax debt resolution experts assist you—if you qualify—in navigating the choppy waters of negotiating tax debt and payoff terms with the Internal Revenue Service.
Bottom Line Negotiations can yield halted fees, a reduced debt balance, and an agreeable payoff plan.
Examine a simple breakdown of real options that help families resolve excessive debt.
The next step towards wealth is to help prevent your family from falling into debt and financial hardship again. You can do that by protecting your income with life insurance.
Term life insurance provides protection for a specified period of time—like 10, 20, or 30 years. It’s known for being affordable because it provides one core feature—a death benefit—and because it expires after the term.
Like term, permanent life insurance provides a death benefit to protect your family financially; however, it’s designed to be kept for life—not just a term.
Additional benefits of permanent life insurance are riders that protect against terminal illness, chronic illness, even long term care needs. Permanent insurance can be a powerful tool used to accrue tax-free income during retirement and leave a tax-free inheritance as a legacy for your family.
10xHow much life insurance should you have?A good rule of thumb for how much life insurance to have is 10X your annual family income.
59%Only 59% of Americanshave life insurance, and about half of those with insurance are underinsured.
LIMRA, Sep. 2020
With your debt free plan in place and your income protected, a portion of your increased cash flow can be put to work for you, creating a future of new possibilities.
My job is to help you turn debt to wealth by completing each of the following actions.
1Calculate how much money you will need to live on in retirement.
2Use available cash flow to start saving money NOW.
3Leverage the power of compound interest to grow your savings.
4Create a strategy to avoid the impact of taxes on your savings.
5Create a strategy for future expenses relating to illnesses/accidents.
6Create a strategy for a tax-free retirement income that lasts.
Life comes in stages, and it is certainly full of surprises. No matter what stage of life you’re in, money is a primary cornerstone. Creating a financial strategy for the different stages of life should be one of your top three priorities. Are you prepared for college, children, a home, or that fast approaching retirement? Work with MPowering America to make sure you’re ready for life's surprises.
Don't forget, the federal & state government love your money. If you don't have an estate plan in place, there is a significant chance the government will be the one making financial decisions for you when you’re no longer able to. Don't be the one who's not properly prepared. Work with MPowering America to ensure a legacy that creates peace of mind.
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