DEBT PAYMENT DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES First of Our NEW Online Webinars
Current financial uncertainty calls for a new approach to managing our money and debts. In this 1-hour webinar, we’ll discuss how to use different debt repayment strategies when money is tight. We’ll look at hardship options for different types of debt (such as how to handle your car loan versus your credit card debt) and how to prioritize which debts to pay. During this live webinar, you’ll have a chance to ask follow-up questions and get general guidance to help you make decisions about what to do next with your debt.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Three important steps to consider before evaluating your debt options;
- The risks of working with debt settlement companies; and
- Options for managing different types of debts (including housing payments, federal student loans, car loans and credit cards, as well as what to do when you can’t pay your debt.)
You’ll wrap up this webinar by choosing three easy-to-do action steps that you can take to manage your debt.
- Thursday, June 4 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
- Wednesday, June 10 from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
- Friday, June 19 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Two More Webinars to Come in June and July
This is the first of three webinars that we will be offering on a regular rotation. Other webinars slated to roll out in June and July are:
- Using Credit When You Can’t Make Ends Meet
- Emergency Cash Flow Planning
We will be promoting these via our Resource Digest and listing them on the Education page of our website.
OnTrack WNC Financial Education & Counseling is western North Carolina’s trusted, non-profit source for financial education and counseling, helping people rewrite their financial stories since 1973.
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