Financial products can be complex and confusing. Fear of sinking further into debt can leave consumers paralyzed. Worse still, hastily made decisions fueled by stress and urgency can lead to disaster. Regain control by attending this session in which the National Foundation for Credit Counseling will:

  • Bring clarity to the complex landscape of debt-related financial products
  • Outline popular options to affordably repay debt
  • Teach patience and informed decision making when debt feels overwhelming

Leave the session with an understanding of the steps involved for proper debt management and the pitfalls that could set you back.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is advised. Submit your questions during the registration process.

Presented by:

  • Bruce McClary, Senior Vice President of Membership and Communications

National Foundation for Credit Counseling

Dedicated to educating Americans about how to reduce personal or household debt responsibly, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is a trusted nationwide resource for education and support in building financial management skills. Through its network of nonprofit agencies and certified counselors, the NFCC offers impactful approaches to debt reduction and improved credit standing, whether consumers are struggling with credit card debt, decisions about housing, or student loans.

Opinions expressed are those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of Money Smart Week.