A1 Solutions Group

How We Can Help You?

Are you tired of the creditors and collection agencies harassing you?
Are you paying more in interest rates than you should?
Are you embarrassed from being turned down for home loans, auto loans, credit cards, and EVERYTHING?

These are just a few aspects of your financial life that are affected by your credit:

Employment Opportunities:


Employers in today’s market investigate your dependability along with your track record of responsibility based on your credit. Employers look to see how you manage your personal finances and see whether they can entrust their finances with you as an employee.




Rental Opportunities:


Landlords too perform the same financial investigations to determine your financial reliability and responsibility, not simply your ability to pay the monthly rent.


Renting Instead of Owning:


The “American Dream” is to own a home and have something to call your own. Renting instead of owning results in financial repercussions such as missing out on an appreciating asset. The money that you are spending each year in rent could be going into your pocket instead of your landlord’s.

Interest Rates on Mortgages:


A typical home mortgage can cost hundreds of thousands more in interest if you are buying the home with less-than-perfect credit.

Automobile Financing:


An auto loan can cost thousands more in interest if you are buying the vehicle with less-than-perfect credit.

For example:
If a consumer with less-than-perfect credit were to purchase a vehicle at a cost of $20,000.00, it would cost up to 30% more over a period of five (5) years than it would cost a consumer with good credit. THAT’S AN ADDITIONAL $6,000.00 OUT OF YOUR POCKET!!!!

Why give more of your hard earned money to creditors than you have to? Contact us TODAY and let our new custom tailored multi-phase system start saving you more money!

Teaching Children:

In today’s economic environment, it is critical to understand how money works and, more important, how to make it work for you. It’s unfortunate that young adults are now entering a world where they don’t have time to learn financial skills gradually. Often they become victims of poor credit and debt practices before they realize how it even happened.Even if your children are very young, remember that the sooner you start teaching these skills, the better off your child will be when they need them. One of the most difficult issues parents have to face is Step One. This first and most important step is to examine your own attitudes about money. This is extremely important because your children learn more from what they see you do than from what you tell them. You can preach to your kids every day that “a penny saved is a penny earned,” or that “a fool and his money are soon parted,” but it won’t do any good if they see that you waste your own money consistently.It is very important to communicate openly with young kids about money, in simple terms that they can comprehend. Too often, young adults have to learn about credit and debt the hard way: by fending for themselves. It’s better that they learn about personal finances under your guidance.Some tips that will help your younger children get off on the right foot include involving them in financial planning. While a young child won’t understand investing at the complex level of an adult, a savings account in his or her name will help them understand the basic benefits of saving money and watching it grow.If you give the child an allowance, let him or her be in charge of spending it, and saving it. This is a great way to teach the relationship between their actions and the positive or negative consequences that follow.Provide extra income opportunities. Help them learn that money is something you earn, not something you are entitled to. This is also a great way to get the child involved in extra family chores.Take your child shopping with you. Explain to them why you make the decisions you make while shopping. By showing them the details you take into consideration, you’ll be teaching them how to be a wise consumer.Taking these steps will go a long way in setting a foundation for younger kids. Finding fun and creative ways to teach children about financial rewards and consequences will prepare them as young adults to build financial stability and avoid unnecessary financial burdens.