National Financial Awareness Network, Inc.
National Financial Awareness Network, Inc.

Budgeting Formula Helps Consumers Balance Their Finances

Audio track teaches consumers about the simple and effective budgeting formula financial experts use to manage their finances.

Dallas, TX, December 13, 2006 --( The National Financial Awareness Network, a Dallas-based financial literacy company, is offering the “10-20-70 Plan” audio track from their popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit as a standalone product to help consumers learn more about a proven budgeting formula used by many financial experts.

The 15-minute audio session explains how to properly calculate monthly income, account for expenses and evaluate household cash flow. It also shows you how adjusting your financial ratios to limit the amount you waste on interest payments and increase your financial net worth. John Janney, president of NFAN, says that the “10-20-70 Plan” is more than a budgeting guide.

“It’s a financial philosophy that’s very powerful, despite its simplicity,” explained Janney. “I believe people who get this audio track and apply the 10-20-70 principles will be on their way to improved financial wellness.”

Because the track is taken from their popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit, NFAN is including a $10 coupon for customers who want to purchase the entire kit after listening to the “10-20-70 Plan” audio track.

“We anticipate that when people listen to this 15-minute lesson, they will want more,” Janney continued. “The principles are sound, simple and life-changing.”

Consumers interested in more information about the National Financial Awareness Network and the financial literacy products they offer can visit their website at When purchasing the “10-20-70 Plan” or any other digital product, customers will need to create an account so they can download the products they purchase.

About NFAN

The National Financial Awareness Network, Inc., is a Dallas-based financial literacy company that offers educational products and services related to personal finance, such as the popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit, Credit Recovery and Survival Guide and the 99¢ money-saving newsletter Street Cents. The New York State Banking Department lists NFAN’s in their Financial Educational Resources Directory. For more information, please visit their website at

National Financial Awareness Network, Inc.
John Janney