Our Family is our Most Valuable Asset

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Our Family is our Most Valuable Asset

“In January 2008 we acquired a $500K mortgage. In June 2008 I suddenly and unexpectedly lost my job of 28 years! Devastated described our emotions. Stressfully living paycheck to paycheck described our financial health.

In April 2010 we contemplate selling our home in Kane`ohe and we prepare to give up on our plans to build our retirement home on Moloka’i. Sadness described our emotions. Signs of a massive heart attack described our financial health.

In July 2010 we choose to be educated the 101 Financial Way. Update… April 2011… happiness and peace of mind describes our emotions. No stress and confident describes our financial health, all because we don’t need to sell our Kane’ohe home and we began construction on our retirement home on Moloka’i in February.

My husband and I agree that our family is our most valuable asset. We further agree that we will do everything necessary to bring the gifts of Financial Peace of Mind and a Debt Free life to the nine children, 21 grand-children, and 5 great-grandchildren that we share. We pledge to bring 101 Financial into each of their lives. We are far from being debt free, but we know we will get there with the 101 Financial way of banking, and we know we will achieve this without stress!”

— Uluwehi Sai, Kane’ohe, Hi, since July, 2010