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In light of the financial crisis there is light at the end of the tunnel. You must be willing to take the necessary steps in becoming debt free and financially stable. For many of us putting our finances in order will be challenging. Financial expert Suze Orman says, “…in the long term we must recognize that the hard work of building lasting financial security is very much a personal matter.”
Negative thoughts and feelings of despair will try to discourage you especially if your financial situation is looking more dismal than promising. It’s very important to gain a new perspective in the way you think about finances. There are a lot of tools and information available that can give your greater insight and solutions to assist you in meeting financial goals. Personal Finance Advisor Suze Orman hosts six episodes of The Money Class on the OWN network Mondays at 9:00 pm. Suze undertakes tough economic questions, situations, and presents methods in which to handle this tough economy. Don’t despair if you do not have cable, you can view episodes of The Money Class online
Pastor and Financial Advisor Joseph Sangl is on a mission, literally to help people be financially free through finance classes, financial study groups, and personal speaking engagements, He is the creator and author of the book I was Broke Now I’m Not. He uses pratical tools and biblical principles to guide you through the financial maze. http://http//www.youtube.com/embed/ukkyifgatkw” target=”_blank”>I was Broke But Now I’m Not six week course study promises to be life changing.
I’m making the choice to take the necessary steps towards a healthy financial life and working towards becoming debt free. How about you?