Debt Consolidation When Underestimating Your Debt in the Past

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Debt Consolidation

When it comes to unpleasant realities such as massive credit card debt, a lot of people underestimate what they owe. It is natural to want to believe things are in a better financial situation than you really are. With the help of a certified credit counselor, you can face your debt as well as address it with a debt consolidation … Read More

How Debt Consolidation Can Help You Climb Out of Debt

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Debt Consolidation

It’s easy to get in over your head financially. An unexpected expense or unforeseen circumstances can make it impossible to pay your credit card or medical bills. It’s not your fault, but unfortunately creditors aren’t so understanding. If you’re seeking options to get out of debt, you’re already on the right track. Christian Credit Counselors is a non-profit organization that … Read More

Christian Credit Counseling When Credit Card Debt is Back to Pre-Recession Levels

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Christian Credit Counselors

Experts say credit card debt declined for years, but is back to pre-recession levels. Many individuals leaned how to save and practice frugality during the Great Recession. By receiving Christian credit counseling, you can get a refresher on budgeting and financial goal setting as well as learn how to consolidate debt and boost your credit score. According to a recent … Read More

Change Your Holiday Attitude, Change Your Holiday Spending

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Already thinking about everything you have to do for the holiday season? Does the thought of holiday preparation stress you out? According to the National Retail Federation, it was estimated that the average American spent $77.52 on candy, costumes and decorations for Halloween in 2014. According to a CNBC report, the average American planned to spend $765 on Christmas for … Read More

Fall Saving Tips

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HOME Falling leaves and decomposing Jack-o-Lanterns are the perfect way to start a compost pile this fall. Getting started now means you’ll be one step ahead when spring arrives. Make sure your roof is free of holes, destruction and critters; if it isn’t, repair the damage or shoo the animals away. Assess the gutters as well as the chimney. Nothing … Read More

Are You Spooked by Your Credit?

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Do credit scores and creditor phone calls scare you more than ghost and goblin costumes this fall? Does your debt give you more nightmares than the horror movies you watch during the Halloween season? Just like the frights of Halloween, the scary effects of debt can disappear IF you are proactive. To start improving your credit and taking control of … Read More

Baby Boomers Lean on Debt Counseling Services for Retirement Bliss

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Debt Counseling

If you are a baby boomer in your 50 or 60s, you are likely wondering if you will ever experience retirement bliss. A growing number of boomers have massive credit card debt in addition to mortgage and student loan debt due. In some cases, boomers take out mortgage and student loan debt to help children and grandchildren. With debt counseling, … Read More

Credit Counseling for Millennials Who Want a Fresh Start

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Credit Counseling

When you are dealing with massive credit card debt in your 20s or early 30s, it is difficult to get a mortgage loan or a car loan. In some cases, lenders demand you pay a higher interest rate because of poor credit and too much consumer debt. By engaging in credit counseling, you take control of your financial future before … Read More

Surviving the Holiday Spending Trap With Debt Counseling

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Debt Counseling

After the school season starts, many people start getting ready for the holidays. Following Labor Day, the major holidays that often run up debt for the average American include Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. By receiving debt counseling in the fall, you gain valuable insights and information about how to pay off debt, budget, and set financial goals. You … Read More

Learning Student Loans



Learning Student Loans: Understand and Prepare for the Cost of Your Education Looking for more information about student loans, their features, and repayment options? Christian Credit Counselors, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) with a mission to provide free financial education to individuals and families both locally and nationwide, is now offering a free, online webinar entitled Learning Student Loans: Understand and … Read More