Manage Your Money

Did you know that people who make more income do not necessarily have
extra money left over? Learning how to manage what you have is the first
step to becoming “Financially Fit”.


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Financial Fitness Program


Financial Fitness Master Class


Beyond Financial Fitness


Wealth Habits




Gold Bullion Reserve


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Financial Fitness Assessment Test

Milestones checklist – This is a list of 20 things that can help you become more financially fit. Check off each one as you move towards your goal.

Plus 6 budgeting forms which can be filled-in on your computer.

You can even add accountability partners to help you stay on track.

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“Since the beginning of 2015, we have paid off $32,000 in credit cards, $30,000 of bank loans, completely paid off the $60,000 balance on our Florida home mortgage, and within the past 2 weeks, $102,000 of the mortgage on our Wisconsin vacation home. The total came out to $226,000! We are now only $144,000 away from being completely free of $3.2 million of debt because of the Financial Fitness Program!”

Tom and Pat Aul learn how to manange your personal finances

“We’ve been working at our finances through the Financial Fitness Program and have succeeded in getting out of debt in 12 months. I paid off my last loan last week, and man did it feel good to call in and pay that student loan that I’ve had for 12 years (for a degree that I haven’t used yet) This is the place to be!”

Russell Jacobson learn how to manage your money

God is great! He has given us the opportunity to get out of a cumulative total of around $250,000 in debt, give away a 2009 Honda Odyssey with just over 100,000 miles, help our friends to meet their next adoption goal and move into an area that desperately needs the Gospel.

Matthew and Keri Williams

We were able to pay off $70,000 in student loan debt, pay back $20,000 to my in-laws who we owed money to, get rid of our leased car and buy 2 certified used vehicles in cash, and we reduced our mortgage debt by over $40,000! Now we only have a small mortgage left to eliminate, and we will be 100% debt-free because of the Financial Fitness Program!

Jim and Keri Storhok

Providing business owners a solid picture of their business –  Educating individuals to improve their personal finances.

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