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much detail,” says Bruce McClary, spokesperson for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). “There’s no need to use a microscope…
Americans increasingly concerned about losing jobs amid housing crisis
get by,” Bruce McClary, a senior vice president at the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, told CNBC. Housing Market Sentiment Is…
Are credit repair services worth it? For those struggling with debt, the answer is often no
agency might be beneficial,” said Bruce McClary of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling. “But people need to keep their guard up when…
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How Much of Your Income Should Be Spent on Housing?
The cost of housing can be a huge financial strain, especially for low-income households. Many people live in housing situations where too much of their pay is going towards paying rent or a mortgage, leaving little for other essential expenses like food, utilities, and childcare. But how much of your income should you spend on […]
Foreclosure and Credit Counseling
Foreclosure is a term no homeowner wants to hear. It means you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments to the point where the lender is threatening to seize your home. While this can be a scary and overwhelming situation, it’s important to know that there are safe and effective foreclosure prevention options available to homeowners […]
May Is Small Business Month. Here’s How We Help Small Business Owners
Celebrated each May, Small Business Month is a month-long celebration of small businesses. It highlights the courage, community efforts, and hard work small business owners exhibit day after day. Small businesses are truly the backbone of the U.S. economy, but they’re facing unprecedented challenges, including a major credit crunch. Read on to learn about some […]
Inflation and the Military: Four lifelines for active duty servicemembers and veterans
The 15th annual Consumer Financial Literacy Survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and the Wells Fargo Foundation has revealed that military households are experiencing more negative effects of inflation than the general population. According to the survey, the impact of inflation is affecting military households […]
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