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Financial Education Resources and Tools for Consumers

Nationwide Credit Corporation Provides consumers with resources to assist with improving financial literacy

Life is unpredictable and consumers may find themselves in difficult situations in which they are unable to keep up with financial obligations. Nationwide Credit Corporation, or NCC, cares about the well-being of consumers and has compiled these financial literacy resources and tools that can help build healthy financial habits while building the foundation for a strong financial future.

Ask Doctor Debt

Provides consumers with resources, information, and answers to questions regarding credit and debt.

Money Smart

A financial education program to help enhance financial skills and create positive banking relationships.

MyCreditUnion.gov

Learn more about money, planning for the unexpected, handling major life events, loans, and dealing with debt.

MyMoney.gov

Resources and tools for every age that can help with managing and growing your money.

Nationwide Credit Corporation (NCC) has no control over the linked websites and is not responsible for any content provided via the linked websites.

Consumer Financial Literacy Resources

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Make a Payment

Nationwide Credit Corporation strives to meet the varied preferences of our consumers through expanded payment options that allow for payments to be made with or without assistance. We offer flexible options for consumers to make payments through our secure online portal, over the phone, through the mail, and at our walk-up window (our walk-up window is currently unavailable due to COVID-19).

Ask Doctor Debt

Ask Doctor Debt was created by ACA International to help consumers with better understanding the revenue cycle and debt collection processes and financial planning to create a path toward meeting financial goals. This resource also helps to educate consumers and assist with understanding rights and responsibilities regarding the credit and debt collection processes. Ask Doctor Debt allows consumers to ask questions and to have them answered by debt collection professionals from ACA International.

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Money Smart

Provided by the FDIC, Money Smart is a financial education program that helps people of all ages to enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. It provides access to a collection of financial education materials, data tools, information on important initiatives, financial news, and more.

MyCreditUnion.gov

This free resource is an official website of the U.S. Government and provided by the National Credit Union Association. Information on the site is categorized by topic and provides detailed information to help you learn more about money, saving & investing, preventing fraud, making informed financial decisions during major life events, and more.

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MyMoney.gov

MyMoney.gov seeks to empower consumers to make independent financial decisions and build financial resilience. Learn more about finances through the MyMoney Five: earn, borrow, save & invest, spend, and protect by accessing on-line calculators, budget worksheets, planning checklists, and other helpful resources from the federal government.

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