About George M. Howard Jr

The Wealth Mentor Minister George M. Howard Jr. has over twenty years’ experience as a financial coach and wealth mentor. He is the author of the nationally recognized books: “Edit Your Credit”, “From Purchase to Profit”, and “6 Steps to 6 Figures”. He believes “money management is a mindset and broke is a temporary condition”. George exclaims, “if you can change your mind about money, money will change its mind about you and stick around for a whole lot longer.”

How I Purchase Houses for $500 Debt Free with No Credit


You know what’s more important than the house you buy? How you buy that house. Purchasing a house is usually the most expensive and emotional purchases you will ever make. Purchasing a house traditionally will involve so many people it will make your head spin. For example, a traditional home purchase will involve a realtor, seller, loan officer, a processor, appraiser, title agent, home inspector, insurance agent and closing

How I Purchase Houses for $500 Debt Free with No Credit2020-06-12T18:20:01-05:00

5 Mistakes Teens Make With Money


Unlike when I was growing up teenagers did not have a lot of buying power.  However, as teens, we did learn money from our parents.  We learned through what they allowed us to do and also by watching what they did.  Teens and money must be a subject we are to address if we want to break the family consumer cycle. 1. Having no accountability Over the past 20 years

5 Mistakes Teens Make With Money2020-06-12T18:20:01-05:00

For Love or For Money


Money may be able to buy love however fighting over it will bankrupt a relationship. We must come to the point where we must wonder if the relationships we choose are for love or for money. One of the common threads each marriage shares are the vows made at the altar before God… “for better or worse and for richer and for poorer”.  Theses words sound good until life happens

For Love or For Money2020-06-12T18:20:01-05:00

Black Women Look Good But Not Worth $5.00


Prada, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Nine West a few names in African American Fashion but new study indicates black women may look good, but they are only worth $5.00 Wearing $2095 and you only worth $5 She is fine from head to toe, literally. Her fresh wax-wrap pedicure ($40.00) are showing through her open toe Jimmy Choo shoes ($500.00) matching perfectly with her new black True Religion jeans ($300.00) and

Black Women Look Good But Not Worth $5.002020-06-12T18:24:14-05:00
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