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November 2010

Five Things NOT To Do at the Mall This Holiday Season

Retailers have their red mark-down pens out earlier than usual this year, meaning that many consumers will begin taking advantage of bargains in advance of the traditional Black Friday rush. As consumers hit the malls this holiday season, some are experienced shoppers, having weathered many years of finding just the right gift at just the right price. Nonetheless, whether novice or seasoned veteran, it’s always smart to arm yourself with …Read More

NFCC Gives Thanks By Giving

The compound word Thanksgiving is made up of two very meaningful and powerful words, both deserving of reflection during this Thanksgiving season.The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) expresses thanks to the many that support their mission of creating a culture of financially responsible behavior through financial education. Turning a mission statement into a reality has become even more challenging due to the recent economic downturn, as job losses, foreclosures …Read More

Holiday Shopping Tips To Keep You Free Of Debt Stress As retailers move into the holiday shopping season earlier and earlier, it is more important than ever for consumers to avoid getting caught up in the hysteria and instead heed some money and credit management advice to keep the holiday season happy and free of debt stress. With this in mind, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) offers the …Read More