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2017 Press Releases

ACCC Explains the Necessary Financial Steps before Military Deployment

(Boston, MA) – February 27, 2017 – Deployment can be an extremely stressful and emotional experience for service members and their families. Like many Americans, the veteran and military population are not immune to issues with financial budgeting, debt and unemployment.

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ACCC Discusses the Importance of Credit Counseling to Overcome Burdensome Debt

(Boston, MA) – February 22, 2017 – Credit counseling is a financial service designed to educate consumers about how to pay off their debts and potentially avoid debt in the future.

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ACCC Explains the Importance of Allocating a Budget that Covers Expenses in Five Key Areas

(Boston, MA) – February 17, 2017 – Life is full of financial temptations. While the occasional splurge can be fun, the key to enjoying such luxuries comes from creating and maintaining a budget to cover all necessary expenses first.

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New Survey: Consumers Say Paying off Debt is Number one Financial Goal

(Boston, MA) – February 15, 2017 – More than 90 percent of consumers say they have a financial goal for 2017, according to a recent survey by national non-profit American Consumer Credit Counseling. More than two thirds of respondents (71 percent) say they have a plan to achieve their financial goal.

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Demand for Credit Cards Increases as Consumer Confidence Rises
with Stronger U.S. Economy

(Boston, MA) – January 30, 2017 – As the job market continues to improve and unemployment rates decline (4.6 percent), consumer confidence is rising – leading lenders to extend more credit and increasing the demand for credit cards. Although increased consumer spending indicates a strong economy, many consumers are struggling when it comes to paying off their debt.

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ACCC Helps Consumers Get Financially Organized This Month

(Boston, MA) – January 25, 2017 – In response to Get Organized Month, national nonprofit American Consumer Credit Counseling explains the importance of organization and provides tips on how to achieve a healthy financial lifestyle.

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ACCC Launches New Video Series on How to Pay Back Student Loans

(Boston, MA) – January 23, 2017 – National nonprofit American Consumer Credit Counseling launched a new, three-part video series on how to repay student loans. The videos take consumers through a variety of options that are available when it comes to paying back student loans so that they can most effectively manage their debt. 

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New Survey: Just Eight Percent of Consumers Admit to Being Savers

(Boston, MA) – January 18, 2017 – Only 8 percent of consumers identify as being “savers,” according to a recent survey by national non-profit American Consumer Credit Counseling. More than half of respondents (58 percent) say they try to save but “splurge on the right thing,” and 34 percent admit to being “spenders.” 

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ACCC Receives Grant from Rockland Trust Foundation

(Boston, MA) – January 9, 2017 – American Consumer Credit Counseling announced today that it has received a $25,000 grant from Rockland Trust Foundation to enhance and grow its Pre-Purchase home owner’s program.

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American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) is a nonprofit debt relief agency offering consolidated credit counseling and consumer debt solutions. If you have debt to consolidate, we can help you consolidate credit without taking a loan or paying high fees like some debt management companies charge. A fair, effective debt reduction service, our debt management program simplifies your payment responsibilities and often results in reduced interest rates from your creditors. As a leading national debt consolidation firm, ACCC has also been approved by the Department of Justice to provide credit counseling for bankruptcy both the pre-bankruptcy credit counseling certificate and the post-bankruptcy debtor education.

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