I am a driven entrepreneur who has a passion for helping people achieve their goals. I believe success isn’t overnight, it is the intersection of preparation and opportunity. I want to prepare people to seize an opportunity and change their life.
I hold a B.S. in Accounting from Berry College. My professional experience is in managerial accounting, private equity investing, and start-ups.
Live Free was born as a direct result of my personal interest in being a member of the "new rich." Traditionally, being rich meant high income and long hours of hard work (trading time for money). However, I realized that being rich isn't about income, it's about having the time to live a life full of passion and interests. I want to help people learn how to buy back their time by leveraging resources to live a life they never thought was possible.
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Reviews From Clients
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Collin's immense comprehension of finance has helped me beyond what I expected! Not only did I gain a more concrete understanding of what investing entails and retirement strategies, but also an even broader perspective on budgeting, saving, and debt. He is accommodating with schedules. Every service provided has put me one step toward my financial goal!
- 56% OF AMERICANS HAVE LESS THEN $1,000 TO COVER AN EMERGENCY
- ACCORDING TO A GALLUP POLL 58% OF 18-29 YEAR OLDS ARE NOT INVESTED
- 45% OF SURVEYED YOUNG ADULTS SAID THEY COULDN’T IDENTIFY THE DEFINITON OF A HOME MORTGAGE AND 76% DON’T UNDERSTAND CREDIT SCORES
- THE AVERAGE CREDIT CARD BALANCE IS $8,942
- 56% OF WORKERS SAY THEY EXPECT TO HAVE LESS THAN $500,000 SAVED FOR RETIREMENT (OF THAT, 36% SAY LESS THAN $250,000)
- 40% OF STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS ARE EXPECED TO DEFAULT BY 2023
- ACCORDING TO A GALLUP POLL 2/3 OF AMERICANS DON’T HAVE A BUDGET
- ONLY 24% OF MILLENNIALS DEMONSTRATE BASIC FINANCIAL LITERACY