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As shoppers enter the countdown to Christmas, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC) offers tips to help them cross the finish line without compromising their financial well-being.
To help consumers remain financially level-headed as they enter the final two weeks of holiday shopping, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® created the Financially Naughty or
Close to half of all poll respondents (49%) predict that their financial situation will be better at this time next year. Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 03,
As Black Friday approaches, the NFCC offers five reminders of the long-term consequences of over-spending, some of which can last far after the lights are taken down and the tinsel is packed away.
Debt Consolidation USA recently shared in an article how men seems to have a better grip on credit card management compared to women.
Finding $800, the amount the National Retail Federation estimates that consumers will spend during the holidays this year, is seemingly beyond the reach of many consumers. Washington,
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC) today launched its newly redesigned website, http://www.NFCC.org.
A recent NFCC survey of financial literacy among the U.S.
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® Financial Literacy Survey revealed that 71% of respondents admit to having financial worries. Washington,
Debt Consolidation USA recently shared in an article published October 20, 2014 how consumers can check if credit counseling is the right program for them.
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