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Should You Sell Your Home to Pay Off Debt?

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Should You Take a Vacation While in Debt?

Taking a break from your regular routine can be essential to maintaining both your mental and physical health. In fact, that’s one reason why most employers offer a certain number of vacation days to their employees each year. But when you are trying to get out of debt, you may think the last thing you need […]

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“ Your financially guidance has been a life changing experience for us in 2015. To be ending a year with less debt than we began it with (almost gone:), to not have the lingering feeling that our tax refund will be going towards a “credit card hole” we dug ourselves into…AND to be enjoying buying gifts this holiday season because we have a Sinking Fund that has been filled with money for this very reason are just a few of the reasons our lives have changed. We are so excited for 2016 because we can only imagine what it will feel like when we wake up debt free! We appreciate your constant help, encouragement, and push to stay on this path. What we were doing wasn’t working, but this is! 

Amanda W.Former Teacher and Fitness Instructor

Valuable, 3rd party, unbiased approach to our finances. If I would have made the same suggestion to my husband, he would have looked at me like I had 2 heads. Even if you don’t have very much (or any) debt, Peach has a ton of valuable financial advice!

Stephen & Jen C.Both in Sales

Having money and having a plan for our money were never in alignment until we started following Chris’s principles. We have been Dave Ramsey “followers” for years but it wasn’t until we started Chris’s plan with all of our personal debt in front of us that the wheels were put into motion.  Money has been a unnecessary stress in our marriage for years because we let it control us. It’s as simple as having a plan! I mean, we weren’t  even  aware that our car could be paid off in a month by just aligning our finances. Talk about a win right off the bat. What a fantastic feeling to know where we stand with our money and we now have a goal to tackle our debt!

Gunnar & Pam H.Self-Employed

I would like to take a second and commend our financial coach Chris Peach.  My wife and I sat down a few months ago and looked at our finances and decided it was time to stop living paycheck to paycheck. We got online and found Chris and what a true blessing it has been.  He has helped us develop a game plan to become debt free. We have already made some changes and we cannot wait to have our debt payed off minus the house within the next year or so. If you or somebody you know is looking for a honest and knowledgable financial coach, Chris Peach is your answer!

Mike & Ellen W.Firefighter and Registered Nurse