Nebraska State FlagThe Cornhusker State is a major producer of beef, pork, corn, and soybeans, thanks to its endless prairies and excellent farmland. Other important economic sectors include freight transport, manufacturing, and insurance, leading to low unemployment rates. Well-known companies headquartered in Nebraska include Kool-Aid, Berkshire Hathaway, ConAgra, Mutual of Omaha, and the Union Pacific Railroad.

Unfortunately, this growth and high employment rates don’t make Nebraskans immune to the effects of the recession. With an average of $4,298 worth of credit card debt per resident, many Nebraskans are in need of debt assistance and advice on how to get out of debt.

Nebraskans can receive free accredited credit counseling, debt advice, and financial counseling through ACCC, an approved credit counseling agency. We also offer a debt management plan to qualified individuals. There is no obligation to the credit consulting services or debt counseling session.

Residents of Nebraska can call our toll-free number, or apply online through our online application.

Testimonials from Nebraska clients

“ACCC is the answer to my prayers. They took over my monthly payment, reduced the monthly payment and gave me a light at the end of the tunnel. Thanks for reducing my stress and giving me hope for financial freedom.”
-Kimberly M.

“I am very satisfied with ACCC. They have helped my husband and I to learn how to manage money. When we got help from ACCC on our bills, it helped make things a little easier.”
-Lisa L.

“I didn’t know what to expect when I called. I was treated with respect and my debt seemed very manageable once I talked to a counselor. I absolutely loved how well I was treated and the information I was given. You have a great group of people who deserve to know what a great job they are doing.”
-Tammy M.

3 Reasons to Fill Out Our Form and Speak With an ACCC Certified Credit Counselor:

  1. On average, Nebraska residents have $4,298 worth of credit card debt
  2. Get a free credit counseling session
  3. Pay off your debt in most cases within five years
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