Mark A. Wingo, President & CEO of New Beginning Financial Group, LLC and Rickele Wingo, Senior Accountant talked with Distinguished Gentlemen to about their financial struggles and journey to build a financial empire serving insurance clients in 5 states and tax "affiliate" offices in 15 states.
Mark A. Wingo (Mr. Wingonomics) of New Beginning Financial Group, LLC story has been featured in Black Enterprise magazine throughout the years. He has been honored to be 1 of 100 Modern Men of Distinction of 2016 by Black Enterprise Magazine (Read Full Article) - Mr. Wingonomics made his debt in in Black Enterprise in 2013 with the headline "The Recipe For Prosperity" highlighting how a financial crisis led the Wingo family to develop their own set of financial principles. These are the same principles used in the R.O.A.D. Map ™ Financial Planning Concept helping create their own economy. (Read Full Article)
In Forbes, Mark A. Wingo spoke about how "The big goal we had to tackle: Get out of debt and improve our credit." With the mindset, Mr. Wingo was able to eliminate $45,000 of debt, in 5 years and shares how he paid it all off using the Wingonomics financial principles. Read full article
Mark A. Wingo, President & CEO of New Beginning Financial Group, LLC made its TV debut on WCCO-TV in St. Paul/Minneapolis on the Emmy Nominated Show Urban Perspectives. He share his personal story of overcoming foreclosure, tips on how to get out of debt, and how NBFG is helping families take control over their financial future. Watch full interview
Each year, as seen on WCCO, Mark A. Wingo, President and CEO of NBFG partners with Tina Jackson and her non-profit, Surviving The Game to reach out and teach the youth and young adults on how to be more financially responsible. Mark A. Wing and Tina Jackson have even partnered together to bring the event to Atlanta, GA in 2019 and have plans to expand this event across the country. (Read Full Article)
Mark A. Wingo had the honor to interview with an journalist who wrote for CNNiReport. He shared how he went from foreclosure to financial freedom by changing his understanding of life and expanding his understanding of money.
After getting burned in the housing market, Mark A. Wingo shared his experience with MSN Money. Mr. Wingo talked about how he overcame foreclosure and how renting was a welcome path and a way to rebound to financial stability.
Mark A. Wingo had the honor to interview with an journalist who wrote for Ebony Magazine. This feature was a Valentine feature celebrating "Black Love" and talked about couples commitment to each other and what "Black Love" meant to them.