Jeremy Freeman has grown in leaps and bounds over the years to become a sought-after personal and business credit specialist and financial literacy coach. In line with his goal of helping as many people as possible achieve their financial goals, Jeremy Freeman is set to launch a user-friendly website that will serve as an online resource for millions of people in the United States and other parts of the world.
One of the most cherished positions in life is financial freedom or at least stability. Unfortunately, financial literacy remains a luxury that only a few people across the globe can afford, with some experts describing financial illiteracy as a pandemic that continues to wreak havoc in different parts of the world. It is even more worrisome that financial literacy and wellness are not topics that are particularly taught in schools, which leaves gaps in knowledge, especially for aspiring entrepreneurs. However, Jeremy Freeman is looking to change this narrative by delivering tailor-made solutions, with a focus on young people who are looking to become business owners.
Jeremy Freeman personifies the experience and process of breaking away to become financially independent as he seeks to educate and guide his students, including individuals and businesses, on how to achieve financial and overall wellness. As a teacher of financial literacy, Jeremy shares his years of experience and expertise as a serial entrepreneur to guide his students on how to build their dreams. This will ultimately help to shorten the process and save students the stress and resources associated with trying different approaches before hitting the goldmine.
As a certified personal and business credit specialist, Jeremy Freeman uses his knowledge to help his clients repair their credit and get access to hitherto unreachable financial solutions. Over the years, he has worked with individuals from all walks of life, putting them through a relatively easy-to-implement yet effective process of getting their credit intact.
Born in Washington and raised in Northern California, Jeremy Freeman has a first-hand experience of being rejected by financial institutions due to bad credit, growing up in trailer parks with a single mom without a father. However, he has been able to overcome the challenges, including being a troubled teenager, to come out as a responsible adult helping others in a similar situation.