New Beginning Financial Group, LLC Introduces the Get Out of Debt Challenge for the Twin Cities
By: New Beginning financial Group
It is a timely action as the total personal debt in US surpasses $16 Trillion. According to the 2009 census data, the average American earns a staggering $2 million over their working lifetime. Although to some people that may sound a great deal, in reality over a lifetime of working it is not a huge figure. Out of that $2 million, the average person will save only $60,000 in assets at age 65. The money seems to be spent on paying interest, expenses, and taxes.
With the cost of living increasing and wages not following in the same direction, more people are turning to pay day loan companies while others fall deeper into debt. When a person falls into the trap of debt it can change them and their family. Anyone who has seen a loved one sink in the bottomless pit of debt knows that debt can take away every ounce of joy from life. This is why some financial experts are calling on the government to increase the minimum wage.
New Beginning Financial Group, LLC headed by Mark A. Wingo is out to help people eliminate their debts, including mortgage, in nine years and help people enjoy a Tax Free retirement. 'Get Out of Debt' challenge will help in discovering the financial success strategies and help to accumulate wealth on any income, as well as helping people to learn smarter ways to invest. The challenge will also assist in reducing the tax burden by half and reveal long-held secrets of the financing world.
To learn more about DEBT, RETIREMENT & TAXES contact Mark A. Wingo at (651) 447-2064 or email email@example.com. New Beginning Financial Group, LLC also offers an array of free financial workshops throughout the Twin Cities, weekly conference calls and a series of free first time financial consultation that come with a complimentary Get Out of Debt Reports and Financial Analysis.
New Beginning Financial Group, LLC
1687 Woodlane Dr. Suite 2004
Woodbury, MN 55125
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