New York, NY (PRWEB) January 10, 2006
An estimated 58 million Americans are making financial New Year’s resolutions in 2006. However, statistics show that within a month or so, many people will have broken their resolutions and reverted back to their old ways: spending too much, abusing their credit cards or mismanaging their money.
To help keep consumers nationwide on track, Lynnette Khalfani, The Money Coach is offering a special “Financial Boot Camp” to anyone in the country who has resolved to get out of debt, save more money, or improve their finances in some way.
Lynnette’s Financial Boot Camp is designed as 10-week group coaching series that runs February 2, 2006 through April 6, 2006. Participants receive financial coaching via weekly teleconferences with Lynnette, who is a former Wall Street Journal reporter for CNBC.
“I launched this unprecedented ‘Financial Boot Camp’ to help consumers stick to their financial goals and get financially fit,” says Lynnette, the author of the New York Times bestseller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom (Advantage World Press: $14.95). Lynnette knows what it’s like to have money challenges. At one point in her early 30s, Lynnette had more than $100,000 in credit card debt. Yet she managed to avoid bankruptcy and pay off all those debts in three years.
“Whether you’re trying to budget properly, get rid of credit card debt or even lower your taxes, my financial coaching program offers something for everyone,” Lynnette says.
The Money Coach is also promising a special bonus offer to consumers: the first 10 people to sign up for Financial Boot Camp will receive an additional one-on-one individual coaching session with Lynnette, completely free of charge.
Lynnette’s Financial Boot Camp program is the first part of her year-long financial literacy initiative called “Get Your Finances Fixed in 2006!”
To learn more about receiving group or individual coaching to fix your finances, visit Lynnette’s web site at http://www.themoneycoach.net.