PUBLISHED – The Boca Raton News – October 10, 2005
Boca Debt Management Firm provides educational program.(Educational and Charitable Services supplies free counseling for teenagers.)
Boca debt management firm provides educational program Educational and Charitable Services supplies free counseling for teenagers
Published Monday, October 10, 2005 1:00 am
by By Corey Siggins
A Boca Raton debt management firm is becoming well known for its educational programs that endorse the act of properly maintaining one’s personal finances. This is particularly true, the firm says, for young people – often the target of credit solicitation, and without the tool to assess the benefits and risks.
Jupiter, FL – October 7, 2005
Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a not-for-profit credit counseling agency, awarded another student with the Debt Management Credit Counseling Corporation Honors Scholarship at Florida Atlantic University. DMCC has been involved in assisting students at the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College since 2001
PUBLISHED – The Boca Raton News – June 12, 2005
Boca nonprofit organization brings financial literacy to local high school students.
Boca nonprofit organization brings financial literacy to local high school students
Published Sunday, June 12, 2005
From Staff Reports
Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a Boca Raton not-for-profit organization, has introduced their Financial Literacy Program to high schools as a way for students to gain valuable skills that will help them make smart financial decisions.
PUBLISHED – The Martin County Hometown News – January 14, 2005
Marrying into Bad Credit
By Ana Ribero
For Hometown News
The following question was asked at a recent DMCC free seminar in a Treasure Coast high school: I have great credit and recently married a man with awful credit. I’m afraid that his bad credit will drag down my good credit and we will not be able to purchase a home or take out big loans. I am also afraid that my credit will be ruined by his past credit decisions. What can I do?
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Boca Raton corporation awards scholarship to FAU honor student
Boca Raton, FL – October 29, 2004 – Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a not-for-profit debt consolidation corporation, presented the award of Debt Management Credit Counseling Corporation Honors Scholar to an anthropology student at Florida Atlantic University. Since 2001 DMCC has awarded the scholarship to a student of the honors college as part of their commitment to community involvement and quality education.
Local company provides free financial education
Boca Raton, FL – October 29, 2004 – Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a Boca Raton debt consolidation organization travels to high schools and community centers throughout South Florida to teach people financial skills for everyday life. The not-for-profit organization teaches free seminars on budgeting, wise credit card use, checking accounts and identity theft. This year alone, DMCC educators have taught over 3,500 students in Broward, Palm Beach, and Martin counties.
DMCC Supports the Federal Government’s Pledge to Improve Financial Education
Boca Raton, FL – March 26, 2004 – Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a non-profit credit counseling corporation committed to educating the general public on financial issues and assisting clients who have become overextended with debt, seeks to improve financial literacy in concurrence with Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan’s testimony to the U.S. Senate asserting the importance of sound financial education.“Comprehensive education can help provide individuals with the financial knowledge necessary to create household budgets, initiate savings plans, manage debt, and make strategic investment decisions for their retirement or their children’s education,” Greenspan said during his speech. “Financial literacy education may help to prevent vulnerable consumers from becoming entangled in financially devastating credit arrangements. An informed borrower is simply less vulnerable to fraud and abuse. Financial literacy can empower consumers to be better shoppers, allowing them to obtain goods and services at lower cost.”