Does Credit matter? Outside the Box Financial Secrets

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Our guest for this show is Lawrence Law! We will dive deep into the conversation of Credit, how it affects our lives and businesses and what we can do to improve our credit score and leverage it.

Lawrence Law Bio 

Lawrence is a specialist in Financial Strategies without risk and how to get out of Financial Ruts, Catastrophes and Hiccups. He is an expert at credit education and has given thousands of workshops for credit repair and debt repair.  People from all walks of life have found his workshops to be jaw-dropping in Outside the Traditional Box information about credit bureaus, credit scores, collection companies, retirement accounts, risky saving  and what is causing the credit and retirement systems to crack and fail miserably.

He has thousands of companies, small and large, who consult with him to get the latest in credit education and management. With his expertise, an average client can gain 20 to 40 points by following his Top 10 Tips and Strategies for Credit Repair.

He is CEO of Vantage Credit Alliance - Credit Repair by Attorneys and has thousands of clients all across this nation.  He is also Regional Director of National Credit Federation, a national credit repair membership for anyone needing fast, permanent credit repair legally done by attorneys with more than 25 accumulated years in the credit industry.

He is a father, educator, lecturer, gardener and cook.  He has 8 children, and loves to go exploring, gardening, kayaking, hiking, singing, dancing and to the movies.

"I love to dream big... without a dream, I think people die inside.  It's better to dream big and fail, than to never dream at all.  With persistence, experience and faith, we can move the mountains in our lives, even if it is one shovel at a time.  Be Bold!"  Lawrence M Law

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