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Contact - Chris Haas

chris [at] freedom5one [dot] com 

Our office is located at:
McKee Center

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Contact - Tim Howington

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Our office is located at:

1 Halsted Circle
Building 1, Suite 2
Rogers, AR 72758


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KLRC Radio Morning Show - Wise Planning for Back to School Shopping

KLRC Chris & Bill

August 9th, 2012

We had the chance to share about planning in a creative way recently. Mark and Keri from KLRC invited us to join their morning radio show to share about wise spending for back to school shopping.  The first day of school will be here before you know it and that means packing up the lunch box and taking a picture on the front porch for mom. But before that day comes, there are many things that need to be taken care of.  Long pants seem to turn into Capri’s because the kids are growing so fast. The search for deals on new clothes, backpacks and school supplies begin to take over our lives. 

NWA mom shares how she whipped (a whopping) debt into shape

By Stephanie McCratic
Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Stephanie McCratic and her daughterWhen my husband and I started dating I was 30 and he was 31. We’d both had a fantastic time accumulating debt in our 20’s. We both also had unjustifiably expensive taste.

Each of us could see the error of the others’ ways. We could not, however, see our own errors.

Shortly after we got married a co-worker mentioned a financial class that was starting at her church. When Steve mentioned it to me I thought, “Oh this is perfect. He will see how ridiculous his spending is. Finally!

After the first of six weekly classes we got in the car and sat stunned. This was huge. We needed help. We need to turn this barge around fast. Have you ever seen a barge turn around fast?

The class was taught by Chris Haas, who is one of the most caring, loving and financially inspiring people I have met. One of the first things he instructed us to do was add up our current debt.  Based on our best guesses we estimated we had *gasp* $14,000 in debt.

A Story of Beginnings…

We are seeing the birth of a new ministry whose roots go back 20 years to a group of servant-hearted people who have blessed the church and our community with their service over the years. 

In October 2007, I came to work for Clement Financial Services as a Financial Advisor under the leadership of Roger Clement, Rod Bastian, and Kevin Barnes.  My work began with a mission to help re-launch the ministry outreach of our organization to local churches and our community to help make a difference in the lives of people in the area of their finances. 

Roger and the staff at Clement Financial have helped thousands of people for over 20 years teaching financial seminars in churches and doing one-to-one financial counseling, and they continue to help people to this day!