Thank you for taking the time to visit the new Help Fix My Finances.com, an old website that takes a fresh approach to helping you repay debt and get ahead financially. If you visited our site before June 1, 2011, you will have surely noticed some big changes. Put plainly, we have re-branded Help Fix My Finances.com into a personal finance information powerhouse. Here are the three major changes that you will notice here:

The first is that this website is no longer a “sales page,” loaded with hype and grand promises that will eliminate your debt if you use a specific debt-repayment program. Instead, our personal financial information website will discuss various debt repayment methods that you can choose from to suit your specific debt-repayment needs. Simply scroll along the menu to the various Debt Advice sections… the different debt repayment methods are itemized there and will make a whole lot more sense now.

The second major change is that Help Fix My Finances.com has taken on a holistic role when it comes to your personal finances. That’s right, personal finance is not only about repaying debt. It involves several “quadrants” as we refer to them. As an information-based website, we publish Personal Finance Education material that covers those four personal finance quadrants. These quadrants are Debt Advice, Insurance Advice, Personal Investments (Investing Advice), and Banking. This not only allows us to appeal to a broader audience, but it allows us to grow with our visitors, regardless of what their immediate personal finance needs or curiosities might be.

The shift in our website’s approach allows us to truly help you find multiple ways to be successful not only with how you repay debt, but how you handle all of your finances. Personal Finance PieWe sincerely hope that we can play a helpful role and encourage you to communicate with us when we do not.

The third big change is that we now strongly encourage our visitors to come back often. We update the content on our pages very frequently with different tips and essential pieces of information that can help you achieve your financial goals. And best of all, the premium-quality information that we previously charged our visitors to access is now entirely free. The only thing we want in return is for you to let your friends know about our website by bookmarking our site or using the Social Media tools (Add This) that are located on every post.

To reach us, you can either send us an email as outlined in our Contact Us page, or you can Leave a Comment in any of the relevant posts. While our intention is to provide information in only the most easily understood way possible, we realize that sometimes our way of explaining complicated concepts may not work well for everyone. So don’t be shy, ask your questions and leave your comments, we will respond (just give us a couple of business days).

Lastly, thank you for coming to our site. We are very proud of the changes we have made and trust that with time you will see just how valuable the information presented here can be to your personal financial success.

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