Danny Singh has been doing his mother's finances since he was a child, has never been late on any bill, and has worked with over 30 financial institutions. At 14, he was able to refinance his mother's house and car for lower interest rates. At 16, he managed to get over $1,300 interest refunded from a credit card company. Now, in response to the student loans crisis emerging, Danny is doing financial seminars, publishing tips, and helping consumers rehabilitate their credit. He has been recognized by Governor Rick Perry, First Lady Anita Perry, Seminole County Commissioner Bob Dallari, State Representative Jason Broduer, Senator Marco Rubio, and several news stations as the "financial whiz kid." If you need help of any kind then please contact him using facebook.com/studentsfinance or call him at (407) 496-6005. He can help you save a house from foreclosure, save a car from repossession, and handle any type of financial issue free of charge. Danny's reward is your financial freedom and experience helps his passion grow. Danny published a book called "Finance 101: The Whiz Kid's Perfect Credit Guide." All profits are donated to the Children's National Medical Center for HIV research. Thank you for your support.
“Danny has demonstrated exceptional finance and accounting abilities and his accomplishments are impressive- especially considering his young age. His training has been invaluable. I am pleased to commend his excellence.”
Rick Perry, Governor of Texas and First Lady Anita Perry
“I can say without reservation that Danny is a young man of impeccable character. Danny has taken a strong stand for his family as he began controlling the family finances. He is truly a unique individual who has had extremely different priorities.”
Jason Brodeur, Florida State Representative, District 33
“Danny’s extensive knowledge of credit and the banking industry that he shared with me greatly impressed me considering his young age. His financial talents are rare and he is with no doubt a very gifted individual with a bright future ahead.”
Bob Dallari, Seminole County Commissioner, District 1