Jennifer Hansen has always been interested in understanding money, how the various interest calculations work and how banks actually make their profits. After working in a bank for five years, during the mid to late 70’s, she realized she would not learn what she wanted to know from the banks themselves because they were only looking after their own interests. They were not about to educate, even their employees, with any information other than what they wanted the employees to know so they would direct clients to behave in the manner that made the banks more profits. She also realized the mainstream educational system did not provide this information either.
It wasn’t until 2007 that she found the resource she had been looking for for so many years; a group of out-of-the-box thinkers when it came to finances. She has been enjoying this journey of discovery ever since as it has lead her to meeting many other financial professionals who have understood a whole new paradigm from what is ‘normal’ in regards to money and finances. These mentors have been in the financial industry for 20 and 30 years but have been owning and utilizing their own private financial systems for up to eleven years.
Jennifer was born and grew up in Australia, has been married for 31 years (as of March 2012) and has 4 successful children. Her family is in their third year of owning their own private banking system and can attest to it changing their financial lives. It has done so so much that her mission is to share this information with as many others as possible. Nelson Nash, the man whose book ‘Becoming Your Own Banker’ started it all, is a true life hero and she shall always be grateful to him.
Jennifer’s forte is helping people understand how to refinance their debts into their own privatized banking system and to track all the parts of this financial strategy in a software program that truly helps people grasp how money and interest works in their own lives with their own money and this provides a real sense of being-in-control for them. Debt is an asset to a bank. Jennifer coaches you on how to convert your liabilities into your assets.