Monday, January 30, 2012

Could you use some help tackling your debt? Community Financial Teams up with Accel Members Financial Counseling to provide assistance.

If you’re struggling to pay your bills, it’s good to know there are options available to help you get them under control. For members who are interested in financial counseling, Community Financial Credit Union is proud to work with Accel to provide free counseling services.

Accel Members Financial Counseling is a financial education and counseling program designed specifically for credit union members. Counselors will meet with you and provide professional advice and help you get out of debt free of charge. Accel also provides credit counseling, financial education, housing counseling services and an optional debt management program.

“Never be afraid to seek financial counseling,” says Ken Kollar, Community Financial Asset Protection Manager. “The counselors at Accel are very supportive and well informed. Our members who have participated have benefited greatly.”

Accel’s free services are designed to help you better manage your money and prepare for your future. Accel counselors are trained to help you with all types of debt. They are available six days a week and charge no hidden fees.

Learn more about Accel by vising them online. If you are not seeking counsel but would like tips on handling debt, Community Financial recommends following these steps in our previous post for strategies for handling your debt.



Posted by: Community Financial
Community Financial Members Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, full-service financial institution owned and governed by its membership.

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