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Please take a look at these frequently asked questions that you might find helpful as you use our website. If you have a question that isn't answered here, please feel free to contact us.

 


This hypothetical situation may ring close to home. Say you have a high interest credit card with a balance of $10,000 and a minimum monthly payment of $415. At the same time you have a 30 year mortgage that requires $1,100 monthly. You have already decided that you are willing to pay an additional $100 over your minimum payments each month. With that information, your 20/20 Analysis will take that additional $100 and tell you the most effective way to use it to pay off your debt.

Submit the form and within one business day you will receive a personalized document outlining how See Beyond 20/20 can help you save time and money. You will receive this same personalized treatment every month detailing what amount to pay on each loan in order to pay off your debt as quickly as possible.


Our financial advisor, has spent over 20 years in the financial arena helping families to find the quickest way out of debt. He and several computer programmers developed the 20/20 Analysis as an easy to use tool for that same purpose: to help families get out of debt as quickly as possible. This service has helped many people find their way to financial freedom as shown on our Testimonies Page.


Without going into detail (since we still would like you to pay for this service), the calculator looks at the interest rates and balances of your debts and determines the best way to pay off that debt in a way that benefits you and not the loan company. Please note that this is a very simple explanation of what our calculator does. Our calculator runs 2300 calculations on your debt. It took our team of programmers and financial advisers nine months and thousands of hours to develop this software.


Therefore, if the calculator sees some small loans that you could pay off quickly, a portion of your extra will go toward these. So, as you pay off loans, that money can then "shift" and help pay off your larger loans. This is what is more commonly known as the "snowball effect".


At See Beyond 20/20, there are no hidden fees! Our price is the same ($59 a year) no matter how much money you save or how many years you gain back.


Anyone who is paying off two or more loans (mortgages, credit cards, college loans, etc.), and can pay the minimum payment on each loan will benefit from our 20/20 Analysis.


No. The 20/20 Calculator does not change the interest rate or principal of your loan. In this situation, there would be no other loan to redistribute your money in a way that benefits you and not the loan companies. Your best bet would be to pay as much as you can on that loan and get out of debt as fast as you can.


Yes. As long as you are paying the monthly payments for your loans, the 20/20 Analysis can save you money and time.


However, we don't need a calculator to be able to promise that you would be pleasantly surprised how much money could be saved if you just put an extra $20 toward your loan payments.


We want to do whatever we can to help you become debt free, and have found that the encouragement of others is always a big help. A community is being built at See Beyond 20/20 that will allow you to share your successes and trials and interact with others who are paying off debt. Together you can make your journey towards complete financial freedom!


 
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The FAQs

debt_glossary_buttonNeed Some Help?

Please take a look at these frequently asked questions that you might find helpful as you use our website. If you have a question that isn't answered here, please feel free to contact us.

 


This hypothetical situation may ring close to home. Say you have a high interest credit card with a balance of $10,000 and a minimum monthly payment of $415. At the same time you have a 30 year mortgage that requires $1,100 monthly. You have already decided that you are willing to pay an additional $100 over your minimum payments each month. With that information, your 20/20 Analysis will take that additional $100 and tell you the most effective way to use it to pay off your debt.

Submit the form and within one business day you will receive a personalized document outlining how See Beyond 20/20 can help you save time and money. You will receive this same personalized treatment every month detailing what amount to pay on each loan in order to pay off your debt as quickly as possible.


Our financial advisor, has spent over 20 years in the financial arena helping families to find the quickest way out of debt. He and several computer programmers developed the 20/20 Analysis as an easy to use tool for that same purpose: to help families get out of debt as quickly as possible. This service has helped many people find their way to financial freedom as shown on our Testimonies Page.


Without going into detail (since we still would like you to pay for this service), the calculator looks at the interest rates and balances of your debts and determines the best way to pay off that debt in a way that benefits you and not the loan company. Please note that this is a very simple explanation of what our calculator does. Our calculator runs 2300 calculations on your debt. It took our team of programmers and financial advisers nine months and thousands of hours to develop this software.


Therefore, if the calculator sees some small loans that you could pay off quickly, a portion of your extra will go toward these. So, as you pay off loans, that money can then "shift" and help pay off your larger loans. This is what is more commonly known as the "snowball effect".


At See Beyond 20/20, there are no hidden fees! Our price is the same ($59 a year) no matter how much money you save or how many years you gain back.


Anyone who is paying off two or more loans (mortgages, credit cards, college loans, etc.), and can pay the minimum payment on each loan will benefit from our 20/20 Analysis.


No. The 20/20 Calculator does not change the interest rate or principal of your loan. In this situation, there would be no other loan to redistribute your money in a way that benefits you and not the loan companies. Your best bet would be to pay as much as you can on that loan and get out of debt as fast as you can.


Yes. As long as you are paying the monthly payments for your loans, the 20/20 Analysis can save you money and time.


However, we don't need a calculator to be able to promise that you would be pleasantly surprised how much money could be saved if you just put an extra $20 toward your loan payments.


We want to do whatever we can to help you become debt free, and have found that the encouragement of others is always a big help. A community is being built at See Beyond 20/20 that will allow you to share your successes and trials and interact with others who are paying off debt. Together you can make your journey towards complete financial freedom!


 
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