DUNEDIN, New Zealand--()--New Zealand exports millions of dollars in goods to the United States each year – from honey to fine wines. One of its latest exports, however, is arriving as a new computer software designed to help people get out of debt, pay off a mortgage, and automate debt consolidation.
“Debt Breaker helps people simplify their lives by clearly showing where they’ve gone off track financially, and exactly how to start correcting these problems fast.”
This privately-created mortgage reduction software is the brainchild of Barry Kloogh, a respected authority on personal and organizational mortgage reduction in New Zealand. And while its roots may be in New Zealand, the new program is striking a common chord among cash-strapped homeowners from the highlands of Dunedin to the suburbs of Los Angeles.
According to Kloogh, who has been consulting with individuals and corporations for over 29 years, the new debt reduction software – known as Debt Breaker– helps people easily pay off their mortgage years sooner, save for the future and leave a financial legacy for their children.
“This is a universal desire wherever I travel,” said Kloogh, who is the author of ‘The Money Cookbook.’ “Debt Breaker helps people simplify their lives by clearly showing where they’ve gone off track financially, and exactly how to start correcting these problems fast.”
Debt Breaker, says Kloogh, is currently being used by families across New Zealand who are saving tens of thousands of dollars. “This unique software helps to simplify and automate a process for homeowners to get out of debt, pay off the mortgage, and get back to having a life again.”
Kloogh believes Debt Breaker works so well because, “Every time a person opens the Debt Breaker control panel, they can literally see their debt going down... and their savings going up. People who were on the edge of losing everything before implementing this system... are now paying down their mortgages years sooner, and saving for retirement without sacrificing their lifestyles.”
Whether the Debt Breaker software catches on in the U.S. remains to be seen, but it is certainly changing the lives among countless Kiwis. One user described it by saying, “hard as I tried in the past, I didn’t have time to collect the data and then work with it to figure out the ways we could reduce our debt – now Debt Breaker does this for us.”
For more information on this new financial software, go to http://DebtBreaker.co.nz or call 0800-332-827.