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Welcome to the Financial Empowerment Network Blog. Our goal here at FEN is to provide you with valuable information regarding things like, credit repair, credit rebuilding, wills and trusts, personal finance, real estate, debt reduction, important document and information securitization and more.

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Good Credit but No Down Payment? There’s a Loan for That!

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

So, Warren Buffet spends more on dinner than you make in a month, and you’ve never required the services of an investment banker, but you have good credit and you long to own your own home. What if we told you that there is a mortgage loan program out there for people just like you and (here’s the best part) it requires no down payment? Despite what you may have been hearing in the media about lenders tightening their belts and mortgage requirements becoming more stringent, the USDA offers a zero-down mortgage for folks who...

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Low Startup Cost Credit Repair Business

Posted by on Jul 9, 2014 in Business Opportunity, Financial Education Services | 0 comments

Low Startup Cost Credit Repair Business

Starting a credit repair business can be extremely costly to set up. Just think about it, you have federal and state requirements as well daily, weekly and monthly operating procedures. So finding a good low startup cost credit repair business can be like finding a needle in a hay stack. With so many options available it can really be confusing to the average person unless you’re someone just looking to turn a profit. Doing business the right way, legally and really helping people with bad credit is the only way to be successful long term in...

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How to Avoid Buying A Money Pit

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Real Estate, Uncategorized | 2 comments

How to Avoid Buying A Money Pit

There’s an old saying that a boat is nothing more than a hole in the water that you pour your money into. Boats are expensive – from the purchase to the ongoing maintenance – and boat owners throw a lot of money into that hole. If that’s true, then it’s easy to imagine a house being a hole in the ground, ready to swallow a fortune. Sadly, many of them are just that, but it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re house hunting, it’s easy to be swayed by design features and miss the red flags that signal the...

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Buy a Fixer With an FHA Loan

Posted by on Jun 28, 2014 in Real Estate, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Buy a Fixer With an FHA Loan

Get The Investor’s Edge By Being A Market Insider

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Financial Education Services Business Expansion

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Financial Education Services | 1 comment

Financial Education Services Business Expansion

Financial Education Services is currently on a major expansion across the country and looking for qualified individuals to assist with that expansion. A little background: FES has now been in the market place for over 10 years assisting consumers with everything from credit repair and education, debt payoff systems to personal protection programs. We currently have Regional offices in Detroit MI, Maryland DC, Atlanta GA, Columbia SC, San Antonio TX, Las Vegas Nevada and Multiple locations throughout CA. Our goal as a company is to establish a...

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Credit Monitoring

Posted by on May 20, 2014 in Credit Education, Financial Education Services, Financial Literacy, Identity Theft | 0 comments

Credit Monitoring

   There are three Credit Bureaus which collect credit data and now offering Credit Monitoring for consumers.  The three credit bureaus are TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian which primarily make their money from selling credit reports big industries and companies.  The credit bureaus are privately held billion dollar companies some are foreign owned. The primarily source of revenue for the credit bureaus is coming from the sale of credit reports to big industries and companies.  The credit bureaus do not verify the items placed on the...

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The American Dream Doesn’t Have to be Dead

Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Credit Education, Financial Education Services, Financial Literacy, FREE Training, Personal Finance, Real Estate | 3 comments

The American Dream Doesn’t Have to be Dead

In November of 2007 my husband and I had been married a whole 6 months and he got laid off. I graduate college in May of 2008 and while my husband had found work again a lot of damage had already been done. As I graduated everything crashed and my career as a high school history teacher quickly vanished. Apparently social studies was a go to subject to cut.

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FES Protection Plan Membership Introduction

Posted by on May 16, 2014 in Financial Education Services | 0 comments

FES Protection Plan Membership Introduction

Our main program that we offer is the FES Protection Plan Membership. This is a really incredible program that incorporates ALL of the services we offer into one program. This package will provide you with all the basic protection that you need. Statistics show that the majority of the population is lacking in one area or another with regard to these programs. Here is a breakdown of the products that are included in the FES Protection Plan Membership: Credit Repair Positive Credit Builder Will and Trust Identity Theft Protection Debt Zero...

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Personal Finance Education

Posted by on May 15, 2014 in Personal Finance | 1 comment

Introduction Personal finance education entails dealing with debt. The below guidelines will help borrowers to navigate debt obligations, make smart payment decisions and understand the credit implications of new and old debts. Paying Debt Prioritize debt payments, starting with high-interest debt. The reason is that with more of every outstanding debt dollar turning into an additional interest expense for the borrower, paying the high-interest debt neutralizes the greater interest expense and opens up greater savings and net income in the...

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Financial Education Services Compensation Plan

Posted by on May 15, 2014 in Financial Education Services | 0 comments

Financial Education Services Compensation Plan

The Financial Education Services compensation plan is pretty straight forward but there are some strategies that you want to learn that will help you to maximize your potential earning. In this video we are going to discuss the 2 divisions within the company that allow you to earn weekly income. The first way that you can earn income with the Financial Education Services compensation plan is through retail sales. Now as I discussed in previous videos, the market place has really created a high demand for the services that we offer. Making...

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