United First Financialâ€™s Money Merge AccountÂ®, an advanced financial system that helps homeowners pay off homes faster, is highlighted on the Fall 2008 cover of Mortgage Planner Magazine.
Online PR News – 01-January-2009 – – BOISE, ID â€“ United First FinancialÂ® recently announced that its advanced financial system, The Money Merge AccountÂ®, helps homeowners pay off homes faster by using the principals of mortgage acceleration and interest cancellation, has been featured on the Fall cover of the popular trade publication Mortgage Planner Magazine. Often considered a 'financial GPS,' the Money Merge AccountÂ® is a unique proprietary program developed to help consumers eliminate thousands of dollars in interest from existing mortgages and other outstanding loans.
The complete Mortgage Planner Magazine article can be downloaded in PDF format at http://www.cutmyinterestnow.com.
As a financial software services and support company, United First Financialâ€™s primary focus is developing beneficial products and coaching services to give consumers the information they need to achieve financial independence by being debt free as quickly as possible. Through the use of consumerâ€™s existing banking tools, credit cards, credit lines, one-on-one coaching and easy-to-use Web-based software, the firmâ€™s innovative Money Merge AccountÂ® program is an effective tool to help consumers pay off their mortgages and consumer debt quickly, while simultaneously building wealth.
â€śIt is an honor to be so prominently featured in Mortgage Planner Magazine. With our Money Merge AccountÂ® program, all consumers can effectively achieve the financial independence they deserve with little change to their current lifestyle," says Darin Stubbs, publisher of cut my interest Now.com and an independent agent of United First Financial. "Our cutting-edge program helps consumers pay off all types of debt by simply increasing their financial awareness and providing effective solutions to achieve their financial goals.â€ť
The success of the Money Merge AccountÂ® can be attributed to the effective combination of features that the program offers. In addition to providing clients with enhanced calculations to pay down their mortgage and consumer debt rapidly with little change to spending habits, the Money Merge AccountÂ® offers a comprehensive budgeting system that recognizes each clientâ€™s personal financial goals.
For added flexibility, each client is also able to select how aggressively he or she would like to pay down personal debt to build wealth. The user-friendly program is complete with toll-free client support and live financial education and coaching. For added convenience, Money Merge AccountÂ® offers text message operation and bill pay.
A video explaining how the Money Merge AccountÂ® works can be viewed at http://www.cutmyinterestnow.com.
In addition to the cover feature on Mortgage Planner Magazine, United First Financial co-founders were also recently awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2008 Utah Regional Award and the Editorsâ€™ Choice Award from Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine for the development of the Money Merge AccountÂ® system.
â€śWe are so proud of the recognition that our Money Merge Account program has received throughout the financial and business community. We strive to give every consumer the tools they need to pay off debt as quickly as possible. With the advanced technology offered by Money Merge AccountÂ®, we have far surpassed even our own expectations,â€ť says Stubbs.
About Cut My Interest Now.com: Darin Stubbs, publisher of http://www.cutmyinterestnow.com, is an independent agent for United First FinancialÂ®, developers of the revolutionary Money Merge AccountÂ®. The Money Merge AccountÂ® is an advanced financial program designed to help consumers eliminate thousands of dollars in interest on mortgages and other consumer debt. Through the use of customized, flexible payment schedules, the Money Merge AccountÂ® provides effective solutions for consumers to achieve financial independence as quickly as possible.