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Bring In The New Year With Improved Credit

Bring In The New Year With Improved Credit
Today's Forecast From the National Weather Service
  • Today: Sunny, with a high near 21. Wind chill values as low as -7. West wind around 9 mph.
  • Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 13. West wind around 7 mph.
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Bring In The New Year With Improved Credit
Get your credit questions answered by Tri-Town Chamber member  American Credit Counseling Service this morning at 7:45 a.m. at the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce's office at 280 School Street in Mansfield.  Do you know how to get free credit reports and how to maintain a good credit score?  Have you ever thought about how co-signing a loan effects your credit score?

If you have these or other questions, join this free question and answer session with the professionals.

About American Credit Counseling Service: American Credit Counseling Service (ACCS) was founded on March 1, 1988, with a mission to help consumers, by providing financial education to those in need. In June, 1989, in response to requests from the United Way, ACCS began providing no-fee one on one credit counseling to United Way clients, in addition to seminars. ACCS was incorporated as a “not for profit” corporation, American Credit Counseling Service, Inc., in March, 1992, and received its tax exempt IRS 501 c (3) status in August, 1994. They continue to provide quality Financial Education to the consumer, and they still conduct seminars and workshops to the public, free of charge. They maintain a policy of lowering or waiving fees for consumers, the majority of which are low income. They staff our nationwide toll-free telephone numbers for consumers that seek free credit and financial advice. They feel that they provide services that are essential to all the communities that they touch.

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