Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Do As I Say Not As I Do

Chances are good that you know at least one person who would benefit from the services of DebtHelp.com

It's an interesting time to live in the United States of America. {File that one under "Gross Understatement"} Our government holds itself up as holding the moral high ground; we are told that if we follow the example set by those inside The Beltway we will live the right life.

You don't hear a whole lot of talk about the National Debt. Unfortunately, that is the one path where we are following the government's example. As with things in Washington, D.C., it's a recipe for disaster.

There was a 2004 article in the USA Today stating the average American carries $4,663 in credit card debt. Politicians and journalists in recent years have placed that figure closer to $8,000.

The only thing more difficult in America than finding a person without some type of debt is finding a trustworthy, dependable source for help in eliminating debt. DebtHelp.com is a web-based collection of financial professionals that specialize in connecting individuals directly with financial institutions to help them eliminate personal debt. Sources for free information are endless; what makes DebtHelp.com inviting is it offers direct solutions at no charge.

“DebtHelp.com wasn’t designed to provide any direct debt management or mortgage lending services,” states company president John Turner. “Since we’re not selling anything, we’re not pressured to give certain quotes or biased opinions. We give straightforward, honest financial help to those who need it.”

The company focuses on five distinct areas to help individuals eliminate their debt concerns: mortgage refinance, debt management, student loan consolidation, tax debt relief and credit reporting.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed this article. I am a mess when it comes to my finances. I don't owe anything which is both good and bad but I haven't a clue on how to balance a check book or save and invest properly. There should be more people like you KILROY. You would be a great mentor. Ever consider that? ~M