10$ / 500$.

ASSISTING ADULT/KIDS

Most seniors aged 60 and up that are no longer working, 43% are supporting their children pay their bills. We certainly can not fault seniors for supporting their children or family, but it is having serious implications on their remaining nest egg. It’s also worth noting that 20% of that $18 billion in student loan debt was taken out to support a child or dependent going to college. Find out for yourself with the Free Help Grant.

400$ / 700$
SELF RELIANCE

It is a documented fact that Billions of Dollars in Free Money are donated every year by Corporate Giving Programs, Foundations other Charitable Institutions, Individuals, and Other Agencies. We read daily about gigantic sums of Funding being given to businesses and individuals, just like you, to support them fulfill their goals and dreams, but often times these people will not tell you HOW or WHERE they got this Funding. In order to know HOW and WHERE to tap into these vast treasures, don’t sit around and hope you hear it through the grapevine. Find out for yourself with the Free Help Grant.

400$ / 1000$

REGULAR OBLIGATIONS

Regularly meeting essential expenses was the most common financial concern among the citizen. Paying regular financial obligations — bills, a mortgage or rent payment, credit card payments etc. was their biggest financial worry. With so many people living paycheck to paycheck, it’s no surprise that people having trouble paying for these essentials. A large portion of the men surveyed (more men than women) said financial comfort was at the top of their priority list. Last year’s survey results indicated that financial comfort was high on the priorities list, as three out of 10 (just over 30%) of those surveyed identified their single biggest financial worry as “ensuring I have enough to maintain a comfortable lifestyle. Find out for yourself with the Free Help Grant.

400$ / 700$.

INCOME RATE

For one, the decade from 1999 to 2009 delivered about 2 percent rise in wage growth for many workers, representing a sharp turn-about from the almost 22 percent in wage gains recorded from 1979 through 1999. That’s left seven out of around 10 people strained by financial issues ranging from crushing debt loads, insufficient savings or income that’s too low to cover their expenses. Despite the national recovery, many families feel vulnerable and stressed. Family finances are key to future mobility. Even families with relatively high income are walking a financial tightrope. Even when adding in more illiquid savings, such as retirement accounts and investments, the average middle-income household is unprepared to handle a big economic shock, according to study, which is based on data from a variety of sources including the Congressional Budget Office, the U.S. Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey and the University of Michigan’s Panel Study of Income Dynamics, among others. Find out for yourself with the Free Help Grant.