Father of three girls fights to help his community break free from financial burdens and prepare for future possible economic strain on their families.
— With the COVID-19 inspired economic shut-down causing many to exhaust their savings, Americans faced a fact that while not too startling is extremely sobering. Prior to the pandemic, thirty-five percent of Americans said they were unable to help themselves or their family if they had an emergency that cost $400 to fix. If that same emergency were to need $1000 to resolve itself, the percentage goes up to 61%.
For one South Florida Dad, those numbers did not cut it and led him to ask himself… “what do those same percentages reflect now after the shut-down”? This question inspired him to pray, act, and become the difference.
Daniel Shalach father of three daughters and financial literacy advocate was moved by the economic turmoil and tragedy he saw during the COVID shutdown. His concern for those that were not financially ready and are suffering so bothered him he immediately went into negotiations with two local churches and national financial leaders to develop and launch the Kingdom Financial Academy curriculum.
“Look, my Father has always told me that the wealth of the wicked is laid up for the righteous. I believe that 100%. However, how can He bring John or Jane that wealth if they do not understand what to do with it? How to manage it? How to budget? It is not in my Father’s nature to give someone what they cannot handle. I want to be a part of the preparation for those He is getting ready for this wealth transfer. I want all our graduates to have the expertise, self-assurance, and ability to conquer money management and make an impact for the Kingdom.” Shalach said.
As a Certified Financial Education Instructor Shalach can teach both online and in person classes. They can also facilitate groups as large as 50 or individual students can take the same classes online in a self-paced course.
The curriculum is intentionally formatted to make sure you succeed. It uses several types of communication to connect with each student in such a way that they learn and can keep the information so they can apply it. These advanced learning techniques allows the essential money management concepts to be effectively consumed by people of all ages.
“By 31 years of age I had made my first million. Thanks to my poor money management I was always chasing money to make ends meet. Once I broke free from my generational habits and learned proper money management, my ends were meeting quite well. When I added biblical principles and prayer, my ends were meeting, my ends were dating, and rumor has it they are preparing to get married. No financial stress or burdens. Thank you, Lord Jesus!” Shalach shared.
The Kingdom Financial Academy will launch on September 1st 2020 as a Florida Non-profit. They will offer scholarships, group and church programs and much more to help Americans get a hold of their finances.
Use the information below If you would like to find out more about the Kingdom Financial Academy online school or to contact Mr. Shalach.
Name: Daniel Shalach
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Organization: Kingdom Financial Academy
Address: 2665 South South Bayshore Drive, Suite 220 Miami Fl. 33031
Phone: 305 722 3778
Release ID: 88973014