Your Journey to Living Debt Free
and Truly Wealthy
Overcoming financial hardship is one of the underlying themes of the American dream.
Many Americans are concerned with financial problems in their life and the three most common causes of financial hardship and stress in the U.S. are having too much debt, loss of financial due to death or disability, and lack of retirement savings.
The Average american
$137,063 in debt.
According to the Federal Reserve’s latest numbers with $16,883 in credit card debt, $29,539 in auto loans, $50,626 in student loans, and $182,421 in mortgages. In the United States, 75% of people over the age of 40 will experience critical illness at some point in their life, every 1 minute someone dies from heart attack or stroke, and 22% of adults have some type of disability which could limit their earning powers.
Many adults are concerned with savings for retirement.
Social security may not be guaranteed in the future and putting money in IRAs and 401Ks may not be the best retirement solution. According to Go Banking Rates, 42% of Americans will retire with $10,000 or less and 50% of Americans will retire with $50,000 or less.