Jason Pimentel, A Financially Fit Story

“I went through the coaching program, through Financially Fit. My wife and I, and our kids. The principle that I have learned through Financially Fit is that it is always better to pay off your debt first, before you can save. If you are trying to save and trying to pay off your debt, sometimes they cancel each other out. Because the amount of money you are trying to save.. your having to pay. So by somebody teaching you exactly how to prioritize that, you will soon understand that you can get read of your debt first. You realize that the money you are saving and gain from that will actually increase in a greater amount. I have learned from Financially Fit that in order to have financial freedom, you need to limit the instant gratification purchases. Also through Financially Fit, I have learned modes of saving money through taxations. How to go about doing the right things when it comes to taxes.”

“Before Financially Fit, I had a thirteen thousand dollar American Express Credit card. In addition to that I had about thirty thousand dollars or so, remaining on my one hundred twenty thousand dollar student loan. Given that I have been out of school for the last 15 years. Since then I have been able to pay off my American Express. I have been able to pay off my student loan in the span of a year and a half. Since I have paid off that debt, I have been able to sock away $20,000 in liquid. I have been able to reduce my liabilities and increase my assets.”

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