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Kindred Beisinger penname K D Elizabeth Beisinger


I can answer questions pertaining to budgeting, savings, debt reduction, and total freedom from debt. I can assist in prioritizing expenses and obligations. I am willing to share and offer guidance in realistic money management, modest investments, and financial freedom. I am not an investment counselor, broker or accountant, I am a missionary that does not do fund raisers or ask for donations.

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I live comfortably and have been debt free since I was 40.


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2016-10-04 trying to be debt free and budgeting:

Dear Amy,    You didn't mention an amount for rent, but based upon the info you've given me, this is doable, but you'll have to make some changes.  This is certainly the time of year to get a part time

2016-04-29 Credit card debt:

Dear John,    I am not sure about the banking and economy in your country, but I think I can offer some basic insight that is probably universal.    You are going to have to go bare bones for a time, and

2015-12-30 when are you ready for kids?:

Dear Patty,    I have always been of the opinion that if people wait until they are financially "ready" for children, they won't have children.  That being said, there are, of course, some things to realize

2015-11-24 Mortgage/car:

Dear Susan,    I never recommend adding debt to a mortgage.  Consolidating all debt on low interest cards or even a low interest bank loan, sometimes; but not the home.  If the goal is to be debt free

2015-06-15 management:

Dear Bridget,    This answer is going to be straight to the point.  You'll have to take one month, probably three and establish a new lifestyle, determining to seriously cut back to begin to eliminate


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