Financial Education Services officially launched the FES Protection Plan on March 20, 2010. The FES Protection Plan is a all encompassing approach to help consumers become educated on Credit, Debt and Personal Protection. Consumers enrolled in the FES Protection Plan will have access to Credit Coaches as well as Financial Coaches that will assist them on anything related to Credit, Debt, Estate Planning and Taxation.
Many consumers today are suffering due to the current economic conditions in this country. Financial Education Services believes that this is in part due to financial illiteracy. The very basic things that support financial success for Americans were not taught in this country to many Americans in our school systems or at home.
To assure the success of the next generation Financial Education Services has launched the YFL (Youth Financial Literacy Foundation League) designed to help teach youth between the ages of 8 to 18 financial responsibility and discipline, so that they may be successful productive young adults, leading to life of financial literacy and success in later years. Youth that are involved in this program will go through a series on age appropriate training modules and once completed will be eligible for scholarship funding to continue there education in the field of there choice.
Here are the components that make up the FES Protection Plan.
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What is FES DebtZero?
FES DebtZero is a web-based debt acceleration program that provides individuals with personalized direction they need to accelerate the pay off time of all their debts and mortgage. FES DebtZero guarantees that if you follow your personalized instructions you will be 100% out of debt and mortgage free in less than half the time it takes the average person, making regular payments, while saving or gaining thousands of dollars in the process.
Can anybody qualify or use FES DebtZero? Is FES DebtZero right for me?
If you have a checking account, make more money than you spend and have debt that you want to pay off quickly then FES DebtZero will work for you.
How Does FES DebtZero Work?
1. Deposit Income
Deposit your income, as you normally would, into your standard checking account. It doesn't matter if you direct deposit or hand it to a teller. FES DebtZero is a web-based program that is used as a management tool like a navigation system for your finances. Provide the secure FES DebtZero system your financial overview and the system will offer step-by-step direction so you can properly apply optimal payments toward your debt. FES DebtZero directs you on the best quickly pay off your debt that is also conducive to wealth accumulation. The less money that you have to pay on interest, the more money you'll have growing in your account.
2. Follow Prompts
The program looks at your deposited funds, expected expenses, dates they are due, and safely reserves funds for any unexpected expenses. FES DebtZero then analyzes this information and generates monthly prompts that will provide precise directions for paying off 100% of your debt, without any alteration to your existing lifestyle. In other words, you will still be able to enjoy yourself while paying down your debt!
3. Pay Expenses
Continue to use your checking account to make payments to your monthly bills, as they become due. If you currently pay your bills using online bill pay you can continue to do so. You will also use your checking account for daily budgeted spending (i.e. gas, groceries, entertainment etc). Any money that you have not spent is left in your account to accumulate and then used to pay off your debts or mortgage.
For more information contact
Mark Bustamonte Regional Sales Director Financial Education Services 954-707-2932 Direct