As a Home Health Care Agency sometimes we have to wait sixty even ninety days for state funding. Because of that, my personal credit was not the best and we really did not have our financials together. We contacted Clear Financial Concepts for help. Immediately after purchasing the software our business changed. Step one was life changing. We reached step 4 in 30 days. Within 90 days we were able to obtain $116,000 just following the steps. Thank you Clear Financial Concepts we are very grateful.read more
Getting Started with a Company is not easy. Obtaining funding for a start up is even harder. Thanks to Clear Financial Concepts and their business credit software we were able to grow our business to a level we could only have imagined. We now have national distribution and our product is in many of the Retail stores nationwide. Thank you Clear financial Concepts we could not have done it without you.read more
I am a Marketing GURU. I work with insurance agents all over the Country. Post card marketing is a very expensive marketing concept compared to Social Media. Getting the money to send out the post-cards is a another story. I contact Clear Financial Concepts because I needed additional Capital for marketing. Clear Financial Concepts Business Credit Software showed me exactly what to do to obtain $37,500 in less than 120. Thanks Clear Financial Concepts. I could not have done it without your Concepts.read more
Having a family of my own, I’m reminded each day of how important it is to prepare our children for their financial future. This education should start now. Sometimes we think its better not to share with our children what we are going through; however, it may surprise you how much they already know.
Children are very resilient and observant. They understand more than we give them credit for. Financial education, education in general, should start in the home. If you are experiencing financial trouble, the kids see the changes that are going on around them. They are aware of your stress and your moods.read more
Many business owners ask themselves why they should invest their time and money to build business credit. The answer most receive is so they can quickly access cash and vendor credit without affecting their personal credit. This answer is right and wrong, but for many business owners, it creates the WRONG motivation for building business credit. When a business owner builds business credit, they are creating a Business Credit Asset™ that has short, medium, and long-term benefits to their business. When a business owner examines the full benefits of business credit, it makes the decision for investing in building a Business Credit Asset A NO BRAINER!read more
Living below your means has nothing to do with buying things you don’t need, but it has everything to do with buying only what you can afford. The country is in a major crisis because we, as a nation, have a history of overspending. I’ll start with credit. What is the purpose of credit cards? Do we really know? Is there a reason to use a credit card? If everyone decided not to use credit, what would happen? What if we just used debit cards? Think about it.
What the credit experts tell us is that in order to get debt you have to have debt. Does that make sense to you? Within our current society it does. However, what if we changed the way we think? What if we said, in order to have a happy life, in order to have a good life, I can’t have debt?read more
THE LARGEST PURCHASE WE MAKE FOR OURSELVES IS A HOME. We buy a home because we’re told “it’s the American Dream,” and we’ll do whatever it takes to get that home. We apply for a loan and, regardless of what we know we can afford, we let the lender convince us that we qualify for more. What we did not consider are all the other expenses that come with buying a home—from lawn care to maintenance. Then, we sign a loan to pay back three times more than the purchase price of this American Dream.
It’s time to change the way we think about home ownership.
When making a decision to buy a home, the monthly payments should be determined by what you can afford. Our country is out of control because we allow others to make that determination. We buy homes we cannot afford, make purchases we cannot afford and have credit card debt we cannot afford. It becomes a cycle that never ends. We owe it to ourselves, our families, and the country as a whole, to take the reins of our financial welfare.read more