Consumer Credit Counseling Service Announces FREE Virtual Workshop

Consumer Credit Counseling Service Announces FREE Virtual Workshop:

Holiday Spending Hacks

November 17th at 5:00 pm EST

As we move into the Holiday season, Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) is continuing to protect the financial health of everyone.

The pandemic has caused anxiety and stress for many in the region. As the only local nonprofit that works with individuals and families to achieve financial stability, CCCS has been helping our clients access options for financial relief and providing ongoing encouragement through free financial checkups by phone and monthly Virtual Workshops. The next workshop will be:

“Holiday Spending Hacks”- November 17th at 6:00 pm.

During this 60-minute presentation CCCS will review holiday budgeting and planning techniques, as well as creative ways to save during the holiday season.

Topics Include:

·         Budgeting & planning techniques

·         Creative holiday savings ideas

·         Tips on reducing holiday expenses

·         How to plan for next year!

To Register:

As a reminder, CCCS can help people with almost all financial issues, with several helpful programs available: one-on-one financial counseling (by phone), financial coaching, creditor repayment counseling, small business counseling, pre-purchase housing counseling, foreclosure mitigation counseling and bankruptcy counseling. These services are not just for people in crisis—CCCS helps people who proactively want to take charge of their finances, creating budgets and developing spending plans so that they can live a stable and successful life free from financial stress.

For those interested in a free financial checkup by phone—or any type of help at all--call (716) 712-2060 or visit A Certified Financial Counselor will help address your financial concerns.  CCCS urges everyone to take positive action to promote financial stability.


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