Are You in Financial Trouble? 21-Point Checklist

Attention homeowners and credit card holders:

FREE 21-point financial checklist to see if you’re in trouble – and what you can do to get back on track.

Today, more than ever, people are struggling to make ends meet. Food, gas, heat, clothing are all going higher and higher. It’s tough to make ends meet.

Higher expenses mean less money to pay your mortgage. You want to keep a roof over your head and protect your family. Every month it’s getting more difficult to pay on time.

Job loss, reduction of work hours, doesn’t help the situation…

By the end of the week, there’s nothing left. And it’s not getting better.

If you’re finding yourself saying these words, then you’re not alone.

The average American carries $15,788 in credit card debt according to a creditcard.com report dated March, 2010. The average interest rate is 14. 48 % according to Federal Reserve G19 Report of Consumer Debt (August 2010).

That means that the average American is throwing away $190 per month to these big fat credit card companies.

It’s a tank of gas each week for most people.

What are you going to do?

I have developed this checklist to determine where you are financially… on the edge or near the edge or not even close. Most people are too embarrassed to ask for help when it comes to money problems. This checklist gives you the heads up look to see where you should be going, and if not, how to correct your course.

Get Started – it takes 5 minutes or less to answer the yes/no questions.

Fill out the checklist below, which will go directly to our office – we’ll then get back to you with your score.