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November 26, 2016


Debt is like any other trap, easy enough to get into, but hard enough to get out of.
– Henry Wheeler Shaw
    Remarkable, the principles of the Financial Matrix are not new, for Proverbs 22:7 (NIV) reads:” The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender.” When a person is in debt, he or she is in bondage. The Financial Matrix does not force people into debt enslavement; instead, it tempts them into it. Indeed, modern marketing campaigns are so effective that many enslave themselves by purchasing things they cannot afford.Here is a summary of the American statistics organized by category of debt:* average credit card debt among indebted households: $15,263
    * average credit card interest rate: 14.95% APR

    * average mortgage debt: $147,591

    * average outstanding student loan balance : $31,646

    * average auto loan:$30,738

    * Americans with at least $500 in the savings account : 59%

    The Financial Matrix is responsible and was formed when Big Governments, Big Banks and Big Corporations killed the gold standard (asset money) and rebooted the monetary system based on debt money. The masses’ pain (debt and stress) is the elites’ gain (profits and control). Please don’t misunderstand me; it doesn’t take a conspiracy for companies to maximize profits, but it does take education for consumers to minimize pain.Education is required for each consumer to understand the Financial Matrix and willingness to learn all about it. There is a step by step plan to get out of the Financial Matrix. If you want  to learn more, contact Sandra Provis at (601) 955-4069 or provis2002@hotmail.com


Sandra Provis is an expert in the financial sector. She has coached individuals in personal, professional and financial development for several years. She also helps families and companies to practice better financial principals. Her goal for the future is to spread financial education through the state of Mississippi and the nation to give every person that is willing to learn more about the financial matrix, a chance to improve financial literacy.

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