Jason Fields

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“Jason M. Fields, CFEI (Certified Financial Education Instructor), is dedicated to working with communities to increase personal financial and business literacy so they can invest in themselves to build financial stability, careers, businesses and wealth.”
Firm:

The Financial Promise Company

Job Title:

CEO

Biography:

Jason M. Fields, CFEI (Certified Financial Education Instructor). He holds a BS Degree in Business Management- Cardinal Stritch University. Jason is the Founder and President of GlobalEx, LLC Holdings. He is also the Co-Founder and Partner of DiversifyForex, a Foreign Currency, Stock, and Binary Options Investment Education Firm.

In 2005, Jason became the first African-American man to be elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly 11th District. He is a published author having written two books. He is currently working on his CHP (Certified Hedge Fund Professional) designation.

Jason started his career in the financial services sector where he helped actively manage over $100 million in assets. His experience includes bonds, equities, derivatives, insurance and residential and commercial loans.

He has been honored with several prestigious leadership awards, executive training and special designations, such as; Governor Scott Walker Appointee to the Social Development Commission (SDC) 2012-2016, The Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development, 2012, Black Alliance for Educational Options 2012 Ed Reform Champion Under 40, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of WI, Government Advocacy Award, 2012, Seat Belt Champion Award, 2010, Wisconsin Minority Supplier Development Council Award for Excellence, 2009, Ohio Coalition for Quality Education, Putting Kids 1st Award, 2008, Specialized Medical Vehicle Association of WI Legislator of the Year Award 2008, Wisconsin Builders Association, Friends of Housing 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, WI League of Conservation Voters, Conservation Champion 2008 & 2012, Flemming Leadership Institute, Class of 2007, Program for Emerging Political Leaders at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business

He is a member of Prince Hall Masons, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, The Independent Order of Odd Fellows and The US Global Leadership Coalition, and International Society of Business Leaders. Jason is also a National Speaker on international business, financial literacy, and education reform policy.

Education:

BS, Business Management, Cardinal Stritch University

CRD Number:

2948058

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I did a settlement on my credit card after it had already been charged off; how can I improve my credit score now?
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One way to rebuild your credit after a mistake such as a charge-off is to get some positive items on your credit report. Have you maintained any current credit cards or loans, if so, continue paying them and remember it is vital that you pay them on time. The same thing goes for accounts that aren’t reported to the credit bureaus, because these items can end up on your credit report if you fail to make your payments.

Try getting New Credit. 

You may have difficulty in getting credit with negative items on your report. There are several credit card issuers who offer credit cards for those who need to rebuild their credit. Look to open a secured credit card. This will help, but again remember to pay back and pay on time.

Finally,

Understand that with time, your credit score will improve as you use your credit cards and pay on time every month. This won’t happen overnight but you can view your progress by signing up for a free credit scoring service like Credit Karma or Credit Sesame. 

I hope this helps!

-Jason M. Fields

March 2018
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What should I do with the extra income I will be earning from a promotion?
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August 2018
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How can financial advisors target the 50 percent of Americans that are not investing currently?
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I just paid off my debt and built up a four-month emergency fund; what's next?
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