The primary goal of UBN Financial is to offer the average household struggling with debt a way out of the struggle. Everyone has heard the phrase “the great American Rut” but do you know where that statement came from and what it really means. Let’s define the meaning right now as follows.
Ready, here we go, you wake up, you eat, your go to work, you break, you eat, you go back to work, you finish, clock out, go home, you eat, you laugh, live, think great things and you go to sleep and you start the same thing over tomorrow. You can mix the order of activities up but if you sleep. eat, work, sleep, eat, work, you are in the rut.
Try this; Wake up knowing your bills are and will be paid, go to work and actually enjoy helping the people you work for, skip a break because you want to help a stranger and feel good about it for no particular reason, wonder who will go to lunch with you as opposed to can you go to lunch. Basically just live a good life. It does not have to be Bill Gates life or that homeless crazy guy on the corners life. Shouldn’t it be your life, in the happy place of your own making, somewhere in between?
You will learn how to manipulate your debt without minimum payments and accruing monthly interest. No bankruptcy, no debt counseling, no negotiated debt settlements, no borrowing from other sources, in fact, continue to live your life just as you have been. You will simply change how you spend your money. You will learn and understand the steps you need to know, in order to harness and drive the responsibility of your financial future for the benefit of your household.
You will become aware of how it is possible to cash flow your debt away without minimum payments while those same debt issuing companies eagerly pay you each month. Travel the world compliments of the issuer’s and take their cash along with you to spend. It is time for you to grab the silver spoon and make yourself aware of what the top 1% was taught as they grew up?
The U.S. banking system caters to the richest individuals who gather and maintain wealth, not the average hard-working wage earners. Why? Because they have more disposable money to spend. UBN is committed to leveling the playing field by educating and empowering average wage-earning Americans to increase their disposable income and leverage the financial opportunities that are by-law available to everyone. This is your opportunity to learn the common sense secrets that built the super-wealthy and to leverage the technology you have in your pocket right now, to increase your disposable daily income and build wealth over time. One simple system that shows you where you are today, where you will be tomorrow and what you will be worth in the future based on the game plan that you choose for you and your family.
The UBN System requires no selling, it requires no capital investment and it requires no special long term commitments. It does require common sense and an awareness of how to exploit the benefits of the financial tools you have available. If you have a regular income of more than $300 a week (gross) and you are willing to follow the simple step-by-step techniques that you will learn, you will first take control of your current debt, versus it, controlling you and then you will begin building wealth using the same techniques used by the top 1% of the world’s wealthiest individuals.
A household with a monthly income of $3,000 per month struggling with $5,000 in debt on their combined credit cards will see an instant monthly disposable income increase of $200 and an average interest savings of over $750* yearly. That is over $3,150 per year impacting the household budget, in newly minted disposable income. The debt is gone in 19 months by only changing the way you spend your money following the UBN method.
Are you thinking your household has half, double, triple or even mo? Then cut in half or double or triple the numbers. This system works equally for everyone regardless of income or debt load. The only factor that affects the outcome is your personal dedication to success!
* National APR is 15.07% as reported by CreditCards.com Weekly Credit Card Report.