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Parents have the important task of teaching their kids. From how to ride a bike,
to doing dishes, or using the lawnmower. But there is one important question parents need to ask themselves and it’s often overlooked:

Do I know how to build my kids financial future?

We have put together a course that is not only perfect for parents but also for kids.

If you would like to know what makes up a credit profile, where the information comes from, and most importantly, how to help your children establish and maintain good credit, then this course is PUURFECT for you!

Sign up below to get updates on our launch, and we will send you a download to
our free eBook "How to Set up a Family Budget" .

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Here's What You'll Learn in our FREE eBook:
How to Set up a Family Budget

The path to financial well-being begins with understanding the basics of personal finance and budgeting. Most families might feel that budgeting is futile, unnecessarily burdening them and forcing them to forego the comforts and indulgences of our modern-day society.

In these current times, setting a budget could mean the difference between maintaining the life you’re used to living and still being able to save for a rainy day or experiencing financial struggles as prices continue to rise.

Our FREE ebook, “How to set up a Family Budget,” focuses on how to empower families to set up better, more realistic budgets, stick to them and celebrate their successes!

  • Why an e-book or a how-to guide on setting up a family budget?

  • Why would or do you need a family budget?

  • What is a family budget?

  • Benefits and advantages of a family budget.

  • How to set up a family budget.

  • Some practical suggestions and a step-by-step summary of a family budget process.

  • Hints, tips, tricks and tools for setting up a family budget.

  • How should a family budget be used.

  • What should a budget contain and look like

  • What constitutes a reasonable family budget?

  • The business case for and rationale behind family budgeting.

Hey guys! I'm Jenn!

I have been a financial and credit coach for over four years. I once lived paycheck to paycheck and struggled to live without having a solid budget and pretty lousy credit. I finally decided I was worth investing in and took some simple steps to live on a simple budget while improving my credit so I could buy my first house in 2018 with only $2k out of pocket!

The most fantastic feeling in the world is seeing those I’ve coached, and there have been thousands, achieve the goals they set at the beginning of their journey to financial freedom. Education is key! You wouldn’t be good at your job if you didn’t learn how to do it. The same goes for your finances and credit!


This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one; the being thoroughly worn out before you are thrown on the scrap heap; the being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy. - George Bernard Shaw

JENNIFER CARTWRIGHT, Co-Creator of CreditCatz.com

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