Board and FCRA Certified Credit Professional
Licensed Life/Health/Annuity Producer
Financial Freedom Strategist
Kelly B. Hunter is a mother, grandmother, cancer conqueror, widow and now the CEO of a thriving boutique financial services firm.
As a Financial Freedom Strategist, speaker and educator, Kelly works predominantly with women-led families and Mompreneurs to design a non-judgmental, holistic, 4-step game plan that begins with a solid financial foundation built on winning personal credit.
STEP 1. WINNING PERSONAL CREDIT is where we begin. That means that your credit score needs to be 700 or better. Anything less than that leaves you vulnerable to denials for credit and/or paying the banks ridiculous amounts of unnecessary interest. Will lenders and creditors finance you with lower scores? They sure will. They want you to have a lower score because that's when THEY make the most money.
STEP 2. For business owners or aspiring entrereneurs, we want to make sure that your business is credible on paper (from a lender's perspective) and properly positioned to access OPM (other people's money) to start, grow and sustain your business. Let's stop normalizing self-funding.
STEP 3. Here is where we begin to focus on your "exit" strategy - better known as retirement. Whether you're working for yourself or someone else, at some point you won't want to anymore. The movie Get Out comes to mind, but I digress. My wish for you is a FINANCIALLY SECURE RETIREMENT. A retirement that looks like the one your Greatgrandparents had - a personal pension plan that you can't outlive and you're not worried about running out of money. A comfortable retirement that includes a lifetime of PAYCHECKS and PLAYCHECKS.
STEP 4. For this final step, we focus on TAP (total asset protection). You've done the hard work. You've made the sacrifices and the hard choices. Now, we need to make sure that your heirs and beneficiaries, not the state, receive ALL of the benefits of your life's labor.
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