Consolidated Credit Announces Latest 2020 Series Webinars

  • Avoid common (and expensive) scams while on vacation
  • Save money on vacation expenses
  • Using credit cards to save money
  • And review an interactive Vacation Expense Planner

“Blind Consumers of 2020 and Consolidated Credit have adapted its educational content to bring people the latest information available,” says April Lewis-Parks, director of education and corporate communications. “Although the coronavirus has changed many financial rules, there are still personal finance tactics that can help, and we are committed to providing people with this free education. ”

The webinar on November 11th is Credit cards: the good, the sad, the expensive and it’s designed to help people get the most out of their credit cards without risking debt. Consumers will learn to:

  • Decipher complicated terms and conditions for the best rates and rewards
  • Get a credit card when they have bad credit
  • Find experts who can help them get out of credit card debt

the 10 smarter ways to save without breaking a sweat webinar helps consumers fight rising prices for everyday products. At December 9, consumers will learn:

  • How to save money without knowing it
  • What online tools and apps can help them save money
  • How to save without changing your current lifestyle

Webinars take place at 1 – 2 p.m. EST the third Wednesday of each month in English and the fourth Wednesday of each month in Spanish. All webinar content in English and Spanish will be on-demand at Consolidated Credit’s Financial Resource Center following the live broadcast.

About: Consolidated credit, a non-profit organization, has helped over 10 million people overcome debt and financial challenges in 27 years. Their mission is to support families throughout United States to end financial crises and solve money management problems through education and counseling.

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