Financial security, Money Matters, Taxes, time management, women at home

SCARY MONEY STATISTICS!

If you’re reading this blog its probably because you’re wondering if you fit the bill for any of the scary statistics I’ve discovered about most people’s personal finances.

(I’ve included the original articles for your own verification)

Ask yourself, honestly… does this sound like me?

And if the answer is ever “yes” – CLICK HERE – and let us know so we can help you get back on track.

We can help you increase your income, increase your credit score, manage your taxes, and get your finances in order for good.

Well, here they are…and they are SCARY.
Scary Statistic 1: 63% of Americans do not have $500 in the bank.

( https://www.cbsnews.com/news/most-americans-cant-afford-a-500-emergency-expense)
Scary Statistic 2: 33% of Americans have $0 in retirement savings.

(http://time.com/money/4258451/retirement-savings-survey)
Scary Statistic 3: 1 in 5 Americans have no savings at all.

(https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/15/bankrate-65-percent-of-americans-save-little-or-nothing.html)

Scary Statistic 4: HALF of Americans live paycheck to Paycheck.

(https://www.marketwatch.com/story/half-of-americans-are-desperately-living-paycheck-to-paycheck-2017-04-04)
Scary Statistic 5: 43% of Students cannot make payments on their student loans

(https://www.wsj.com/articles/more-than-40-of-student-borrowers-arent-making-payments-1459971348)
Scary Statistic 6: The Average American owes $15,983 in Credit Card Debt. (https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/average-credit-card-debt-household)
Scary Statistic 7: 30% of Americans are Constantly Stressed About Money.

(https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/19/30-percent-of-americans-are-stressed-out-about-money-constantly.html)

Yikes!

To review: Students can’t pay back school, Americans cant afford to save, many will never retire, carry tons of debt and are stressed about money all the time.

Don’t let this be you.

I have an  answer: CLICK HERE TO TAKE YOUR FIRST STEP

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Help! I’m Drowning in Debt!

One out of every three families  carry credit card debt from month to month, for years. (According to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling)

Some of those families are managing a modest amount of debt fairly well — always paying above the minimum  and holding back on new credit purchases until the balances are paid down.

For others, however, debt is an oppressive burden that has them ducking creditors’ phone calls and struggling to keep up with even the minimum payments each month.

Some are clearly on the verge of bankruptcy.

Debt ruins marriages.

Debt stops the older generation from being able to retire and live the restful life they deserve.
If you or someone you know is  feeling   overwhelmed by debt, you need to make some quick and sometimes drastic moves to get free.

It’s not just a matter of tweaking the way you’re spending with  credit cards.

It’s a matter of seriously getting ride of debt that literally sends some people over the edge.

Suicide because of financial worries is a REAL thing.

Myecon can  provide you with steps detailing how to get out of debt and live a debt free lifestyle.

Here is a short 8-minute video that I would like for you to watch that explains how you can start changing your financial situation.

To learn more, get no obligation info here.