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Consumer Money Check-ups with Three Free Webinars by Consolidated Credit

Consumer Money Check-ups with Three Free Webinars by Consolidated Credit

As consumers continue to face new challenges as a result of the coronavirus, Consolidated Credit will host a series of webinars over the next three months designed to help consumers plan and cope. The webinars start at 1:00 P.M. (EST) on the second Wednesday of each month; registration is now open to the public. Topics include managing financial stress, reverse mortgages, and preparing for natural disasters.

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“With record unemployment, losses in income and continued uncertainty, we want to check-in on consumers and give them the opportunity to address financial concerns and prepare for the rest of 2020,” says April Lewis-Parks Education Director at Consolidated Credit.  The Code Red RX: How to Survive Financial Stress on July 8th will cover:

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  • How to stay CALM when facing financial stress (and what that stands for)
  • Proven tactics to shed credit card debt
  • Safe strategies to solve student loan issues

As homeowners deal with income loss and shrining retirement accounts, many are seeking reverse mortgage information. In a down market, senior citizens must seriously consider whether a reverse mortgage is right for them. The August webinar will reveal When a Reverse Mortgage Is a Great Idea – And When It’s Not and will cover:

  • What a reverse mortgage really is (don’t listen to the hype)
  • How to find the best reverse mortgage for your needs
  • Tips for avoiding scams and rip-offs

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