Budget: It’ Not a Dirty Word!
“Summer’s Coming” Edition
Summer is right around the corner. Are you ready financially? Kids are getting out of school or even graduating. You have vacations, family reunions, and lots of celebrating to do. These activities aren’t cheap.
How will you navigate this time of year successfully?
What will it take to accomplish all you want to do without paying for it all on credit?
It simply takes a realistic financial game plan.
tried budgeting your finances but you can never seem to stick to it?
felt hopeless when it comes to your finances and don’t know how you’re ever going to get out of the hole that you’re in?
given up trying to avoid debt?
I’ve been there.
My husband Chris and I had similar feelings nearly 20 years ago. But we created a financial game plan and paid off over $90,000 worth of debt!! This led me to start my own coaching business where I help people just like you get rid of their debt, organize their finances, and live a truly financially free life.
I’ve coached hundreds of clients, helping them:
Design a budget that works for them and their family situation.
Reduce their debt significantly while eating more than just beans and rice.
Save for emergencies, a future home and anything else they desire to purchase.
Create a retirement strategy so they can retire when they want to (or perhaps even earlier!).
Plan for their children’s college funds without having to take out student loans.
The key thing to remember is you don’t have to figure this out alone.
That’s why I’m offering my trademark course Budget: It’s Not a Dirty Word.
This is the 1st time I’m offering this content virtually. Over the last 14 years I’ve taught this class at universities, churches, and business conference rooms. The information is timeless but effective.
In this webinar, you will:
Learn how to budget not only for getting out of debt but also for staying free.
Create a realistic spending plan no matter what situation you are in.
Get the exact templates and forms that Ericka shares with her private clients so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel.
Learn how to navigate the summer months without increasing your debt.
If you're ready to learn what it's like to live without the stress, worry, pain, overwhelm and unrest that comes along with having no financial game plan, the time to enroll is now! Enroll today for only $49!
WHAT IF YOU COULD…
...have confidence that all your bills would be paid on time every time?
...save for an emergency fund, without having to sacrifice having fun?
...not live from a scarcity mindset but an abundance mindset?
...have a plan that proved debt-freedom can be yours?
All of these things are possible and I want to help you achieve them.
Here's what to expect from Budget: It’s Not a Dirty Word 2-Hour course:
Zoom call on Wed. May 22nd at 7pm - 9pm EST. A recording will be available if you are unable to attend live.
You'll receive detailed budget templates that Ericka uses with her private clients, presentation slides, and the Budget: It’s Not a Dirty Word ebook.
You’ll learn specific tips and strategies for navigating summer activities that typically make budgeting challenging.
This is not a “fluffy” class where we just talk about how “it can be better”. You’ll learn specific strategies you can implement immediately to improve your financial future and start putting them into practice immediately!
I want to help you overcome issues of your money past, examine your current financial state, and create a realistic financial road map leading you to the future you deserve and desire. It’s time to get your financial house in order and I can help. Enroll today for only $49!
THIS IS FOR YOU IF:
You’re ready to take ownership of your money past and are willing to try a new way of living.
You want to significantly improve your financial situation.
You are committed to doing the hard work it will take to live a financially free life.
You know deep down you need a little extra guidance when it comes to your finances.
THIS IS NOT FOR YOU IF:
You don’t want to do the work it will take to change your spending habits.
You aren’t willing to listen and be open to living from an abundance mindset.
You don’t truly want to improve your financial situation and are fine with being stagnant.