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Counselors will help you review your current income and expenses and work with you to develop a plan to best address your debt, based on your current ability to repay. Schedule an appointment to develop a customized plan to reduce your debt.
Credit scores can be improved by paying accounts on time, reducing the total balance owed, along with other key strategies. Schedule an appointment to develop a customized plan to improve your credit score.
Counselors will work with you to review your credit report. If you identify errors on the report, the counselor will assist you to draft dispute letters to submit to the credit bureau.
Identity theft can be very costly and is typically identified through review of bank statements or credit reports. Counselors will work with you to review these documents, identify possible identity theft, and work with you to notify the proper authorities.
Counselors can work with you to identify your current income, expenses, and student loan payment obligations. Counselors can assist with applying for or negotiating student loan payment programs.
Counselors will meet you to discuss your current financial situation, review income and expenses, create a household budget, and plans for spending and saving. When appropriate, counselors can make a referral to a bankruptcy attorney.
Buying a house is a lengthy process and there are many factors to consider. Counselors will meet with you to review your current income and expenses, available savings, credit score and credit history to determine your readiness to purchase.