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Living paycheck to paycheck? Worried about debt collectors? Can’t seem to develop a workable budget, let alone save money for retirement? If this sounds familiar, you may want to consider the services of a nonprofit consumer credit counseling agency. But all agencies aren’t created equal, and some can pose risks to consumers, even if the agency is labeled as a “nonprofit.” Thankfully, there are steps you can take to ensure you receive quality credit counseling service.
Most credit counselors offer services through local offices, the internet, or on the telephone. Some people prefer face-to-face counseling, but choose what is right for you. Your financial institution, local consumer protection agency, and friends and family may also be good sources of information and referrals.
Reputable consumer credit counseling organizations advise you on managing your money and debts, help you develop…
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