Nevada

Nevada State FlagThe Silver State is largely desert, with three quarters of its population in Clark County and the Las Vegas-Paradise metropolitan area. The economy is largely tied to tourism, with areas like Las Vegas, Reno, and Lake Tahoe attracting visitors from around the world. Other sectors include gold mining, machinery, and agriculture. Most of the residents do well for themselves, with a per capita personal income that runs middle of the pack, compared to other states. But residents still find themselves in precarious positions financially – the average resident holds $4,851 worth of credit card debt.

Residents of Nevada can access accredited credit counseling and debt advice at no charge through ACCC. We also offer a debt management plan to qualified individuals. There is no obligation to the financial counseling and debt management advice, which are both free.

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

Testimonials from some of our clients from Nevada

“I’ve been very happy with the program. ACCC helped me get my debt in control, giving me a sense of relief. Since enrolling in the program, I’ve paid down my debt significantly, and it has helped me heal my credit score. The budgeting and credit homework is also a great tool for people like me who don’t understand credit and don’t have very good budgeting skills.”
-Erika K.

“ACCC has brought so much relief to me – not only in getting my interest rates reduced, but gave me the tools and guidance to create and live by a reasonable budget. I actually have money in savings now, which has not happened in many years.”
-Wendy M.

“I thought they were helpful through the entire process and I appreciated their assistance dealing with all the creditors in arranging lower interest rates and payments.”
-Eileen G.

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

  1. The average Nevada resident holds $4,851 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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