I Want to Personally Invite You
to Come Out and See Me Next Friday Night
October 6th at 7:30pm
in Orlando, Florida!
Free and Open to the Public
Invite Your Friends & Colleagues
Learn About a Home-Based Business
That You Can Start with $500, Work 10 to 15 Hours a Week, and be Taught How To Do It by People That Have Done It
Then on Saturday & Sunday…
I will be conducting a training seminar that will provide you with the mindset, skill-set, knowledge, system, action plan, tools, awareness, motivation and confidence to build a successful business as well as a superior quality of life!
Perfect for Both New & Veteran Business Owners
If You’ve Never Been to Our 2 Day Training
You Owe It to Yourself to Attend
There are two powerful forces leading people to start a financial services business.
The first is the fact that our economy in the U.S., although doing better than 2008, is causing the average family to struggle. Think about it. Not too long ago one income families got along nicely. People were able to save for their kid’s college expenses and their own retirement. Today it requires two incomes just to make ends meet. In many cases, saving for college and retirement just isn’t happening.
The average family needs a solution. They need help with budgeting, debt payoff, increasing their credit score, preparing a will and living trust, and much more.
Therefore, smart entrepreneurial minded people are seeking a way to start a financial services business. They want to leave their job, work from home or open their own office, and take back control of their future.
Many people will look at financial services franchise opportunities. Often these opportunities require licensing and are very niche oriented. Certain financial services franchises concentrate in one area only such as loans, tax, or insurance.
The biggest factor in buying a financial services franchise might be the cost. Many require capital investments of $50,000 to well over $200,000. The least investment required is about $20,000. Someone can get a loan to buy a franchise but how long is that going to take to pay back? Why take on the risk especially when starting a financial services franchise in a field that is new?
We have an alternative. You can start a financial services business for an investment for under $500. Note that even though the upfront investment is very small, it doesn’t mean the return on investment isn’t every bit as large as purchasing a financial services franchise for $200,000.
The parent company, Financial Education Services (FES), has been in business since 2004. Over that time they have produced many Independent Agents that earn very strong 6 figure incomes. Some earn 6 figures per quarter. And, they run their business from their home or an office.
FES has a suite of financial services that focuses on helping the average family to become financially fit. Debt reduction and pay off (not debt consolidation), capital preservation, building positive credit, estate planning, and protection are areas of concentration. None of these services provided require the Independent Agent to be licensed. This allows for a quick start up in the business.
My wife and I started a financial services business with FES in 2012. We soon after closed our accounting business and work this business full time from home. We now live a lifestyle that we always thought about but never could make happen before. This lifestyle is partly due to our income but also because of the freedom it provides us. We take time off when we want, not when we are told we can.
If you would like to learn more about owning a financial services business you can simply give us a call after you watch the video below. This video will provide you with details on FES, the services offered, the compensation, training program and investment to get started.
Watch this video and give us a call right now! You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking a strong look at a great financial services business opportunity.
There’s a growing need for people who want to work from home in financial services. Since the economic collapse in 2008 several factors have created new emerging trends in the financial services industry. Baby boomers are turning into seniors, and Gen Y is changing from care free spenders to careful managers of their finances. Many in their 40’s and 50’s are finding it difficult to find and keep employment that pays them what they need or are accustomed to. And, there are a shocking number of individuals that are still trying to recover from the collapse during the last decade.
Because of these factors there is an overwhelming demand by Middle America for affordable services that will help them protect their identity, credit, family, finances and future.
As a result many Main St. versus Wall St. companies are now offering services to consumers. These companies are putting affordable services into the hands of the average consumer while Wall St. firms continue to vie for the wealthier clients. All of this creates opportunity.
One such company, Financial Education Services (FES), has taken it one step further.
Because of the demand by individuals to find lucrative career opportunities as a small business owner, FES has combined the advantages of having a corporate infrastructure with an entrepreneurial opportunity for individuals who want to start their own business and work from home in financial services.
FES and its growing team of Independent Agents across the country offer services that address the needs of the majority of Americans. Because of the growth of FES over the last 11 years they have been able to take several of their services and bundle them into a Protection Plan for an affordable monthly payment. Their Agents can sell this Protection Plan and also sell some of these services individually.
One of the features of working with FES as an Independent Agents is the ability to work with professionals in credit related industries such as real estate, mortgage and banking to assist consumers and help them qualify for a mortgage, line of credit, and other credit related offerings. The relationship between a real estate agent, and FES agent and a consumer trying to purchase a home but having a low credit score creates an opportunity for all involved.
FES Agents can work on a part time basis while they maintain their current employment. Some in real estate, mortgage and other credit related industries find that offering FES services directly to their clients increases their ability to close more transactions. Others work with FES as a full time career and earn significantly more than they would working as an employee.
FES has an extensive training program consisting of online and conference call sessions, as well as seminar trainings conducted on a regional and national level.
For more information about an opportunity with Financial Education Services (FES) contact Dale & Shirley Guiducci. Dale & Shirley are Vice Presidents with FES and are responsible for Business Development and national new agent expansion.