Eliminating bills and becoming financially responsible | Business
Money is tight for many American families. Too many are forced to make the decision between whether to pay the electric bill or buy groceries. Some are able to make ends meet, but don't have enough money to enjoy the luxuries life has to offer.
With the New Year, comes new fiscal responsibilities. Consider this fresh slate as an opportunity to make financial security a reality.
Scott Hartley with Master Plan 4 Success says the reports you hear day in and day out makes it appear as if we have no hope of improving your lives.
Hartley says that your personal economy doesn't have to be in a crisis.
Hartley is hosting a workshop to learn how to engage in your own financial freedom. The workshop will focus on how to accelerate paying off debt, how to identify financial problems and how to make your goals---a reality.
The workshop will be held at the Vincennes Univerity Gibson Center in Fort Branch on Saturday, January 26.
For more information and to pre-register, visit http://www.Masterplan4Success.com/MoneyFreedom.
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