Who am I
I started 2009 with a $121K debt. I owned absolutely nothing.
I kick debt's ass!
Hi, I'm Sandy, people call me a personal finance expert.
Way back when the dinosaurs roamed at the end of 2008, I started paying a little bit of attention to my debt. You see, my $120,665.31 debt represented everything that I had done wrong, financially.
As the year faded into 2009, I had the brilliant idea of starting a blog to have my debt at my fingertips.
Here we are years later and I have helped countless others improve their finances. Now, I am here to help YOU get your financial life together.
Learn even more about me.
my original debt
the amount that I repaid in 2 years
the amount my income increased in 3 years
knowing that I help others
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO?
Choose your focus
Getting out of debt takes a little education. Find out what you need to know to get yourself out of debt, quickly.
Sometimes you just need to make more money, but, who has time for a second job? I’ll show you how you can make extra income outside of a job.
There is no single method for improving your credit and credit score. I’ll show you everything that you can legally do to increase your score.
I love speaking to groups about personal finance topics. Learn more about connecting with me for your group or event.
I Believe In Results
I absolutely love happy clients.
Read the most recent articles from the blog.
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In life, when you are hitting an unseen obstacle as you try to reach your goals, it can be a very frustrating feeling. After all, life’s challenges are much easier to take on when you fully understand what you are up against. That is why people who have been rejected time and again for a[…]
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Do people with money usually flaunt or apologize for their wealth? This past week one of my good friends lost her job. As it goes in the financial industry when times are tough and companies need to increase their profit margins. She (let’s call her Amanda) has over 10 years of experience and is college[…]
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I know that sounds crazy, I mean who does that? Not a sane person, that’s for sure. But give me a minute to explain and trust me it will make sense. Who knows, next time you need a real estate agent or financial advisor you may just take to Twitter to find the perfect match.This[…]
Professional financial advice is a very valuable tool. So why don’t more people seek money management help from the pros? I spent nine years working as a financial planner and I can tell you that the two main reasons why the majority of people don’t seek professional advice is because: 1. They don’t think they[…]
I am in the middle of buying a home. We’ve already visited two developments, four houses, three agents and are waiting for final pricing on the home we want to build on the lot we chose. After months of scanning the internet for listings and discussing the pros and cons with our real estate agent,[…]