Virtual Debt Payoff Workshop

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On Sale Dec 10 at 12:00 PM
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Debt shouldn't cause you to have unnecessary stress. At this workshop, you'll learn a tried and true method you can use to get rid of debt.

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Do you have IRS debt, credit card debt, auto loans, student loans, personal loans, medical debt, utility debt, or debt owed to family and friends? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Does it seem like your whole paycheck goes to debt payments as soon as you are paid?

Debt should NOT cause you to have unnecessary stress. During this workshop, you will learn a tried-and-true method on how YOU can use to get rid of your debt once and for all.

You can break free from the financial bondage that has haunted you for years? It is time to transition yourself to becoming a Lender and NOT just a Borrower, while setting yourself up to transfer generational wealth.

The instructor, Rachel Gerald, paid off $179,625 of consumer debt before she retired from the United States Marine Corps. She will be sharing the method she used and other debt payoff methods that are also used by others.

After this workshop, you will receive the debt payoff form that was used in the class so you can create your own debt payoff plan.

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Organizer Rachel Gerald

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Rachel Gerald is a financial consultant with Abundant Life Community Outreach. She has a passion to help educate, motivate, equip, empower, and encourage people on their journey to becoming a better money manager.

She earned her baccalaureate degree in finance from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington in 2013 while she was still on active duty in the United States Marine Corps.

She had a desire to pay off all of her consumer debt before she retired from the military and she did just that.  She paid off $179,625 in March 2015 in five years.  She is now diligently working hard to accomplish other financial goals and building generational wealth.

Rachel has been featured in Time Money Magazine and in other articles and podcasts with Debt Free Divas, Credit.Com, Principles of Increase, His&Her Money, and Trea's Two Cents.

Rachel retired from the military as a Master Sergeant January 2017. She is a frequent speaker at municipal financial functions with the city of Jacksonville, NC and wherever she is called upon to share her message of financial change. Rachel currently resides in Jacksonville, North Carolina.

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