Personal Finance Expert and Author
Harrine Freeman Featured In June Issue of Black Enterprise
Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) — Expert personal finance consultant, author, freelance writer and CEO of H.E. Freeman Enterprises, Harrine Freeman, is currently featured in the June issue of Black Enterprise in the article entitled,
“Who Should Have Your Social Security Number?”, and is also quoted in the online issue of Nasdaq.com in the article entitled, “4 Things You Must Know About Emergency Credit Card Replacement.”
Ms. Freeman is the author of the best-selling self-help book How to Get Out of Debt: How to Get an ‘A’ Credit Rating for Free, published by Adept Publishers. She has presented workshops and lectures nationwide on personal finance and credit repair to various audiences.
Her topics feature credit repair, establishing business credit, money management for individuals and couples, paying down debt and financial planning. Ms. Freeman will be appearing in person at the following events this summer.
June 19, 2010, Booksigning, Borders, 921A Capital Center Boulevard, Largo, MD, 4-6 pm
July 11-12, 2010, Booksigning, NAACP Convention Author’s Pavilion, Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City, MO
Ms. Freeman has appeared Forbes, Heart & Soul, Pink, Essence, Ebony and Black Enterprise Magazines as well as Market Watch, NBC and ABC.
Her experience began by repairing her own credit when she was $19,000 in debt, making only $21,000 a year. Since then, she has been debt-free.
In 2000, she began providing credit repair services to family and friends and in 2002 she began helping others on the path to financial freedom. Visit http://commu-nity.nasdaq.com-/News/2010-05/4-things-you-must-know-about-emergency-credit-card-replacement.aspx?storyid=22751 to view the NASDAQ article, and visit www.hefreemanenterprises.com to find out more about H.E. Freeman Enterprises.
For further information, contact Lisa Johnson at 281-738-2258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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