(En mayo 26, 2010, la agencia cambió su nombre a CredAbility. Los comunicados de prensa antes de esa fecha, se refieren a la agencia por su nombre original, Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of Greater Atlanta.)
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Debt Management Plan pays off credit card debt, martes, 19 de junio de 2012
Atlanta couple discusses how they successfully used a Debt Management Plan from CredAbility to pay off $52,000 in credit card debt.
Tampa Households in Most Financial Distress Among Metros, miércoles, 16 de mayo de 2012
Tampa Bay Times reports its west Florida metro area rates most financially distressed in U.S. in new CredAbility Consumer Distress Index
Student Debt a Growing Problem, martes, 24 de abril de 2012
The New York Times Bucks Blog reports an increasing percentage of CredAbility clients are struggling with student loan debt.
Orlando Sentinel: Where to Find Free Housing Counseling, viernes, 24 de febrero de 2012
Today's column is all about how people can find help with their mortgages for free rather than pay an attorney up front for a loan modification that may never happen.
Huffington Post: Financial Distress Still Plagues American Families, Despite Increase In Jobs, jueves, 16 de febrero de 2012
Seth was in his 20s on spring break in Florida when he fell into a debt trap. Alongside the cocktails on the beach and wet T-shirt contests were credit card companies, enticing young spenders with free food and apparel in exchange for signing up for a credit card.
MyFOXAtlanta: Stretch Your Dollar: Changing Food Brands, jueves, 09 de febrero de 2012
If the prices of your favorite products are putting a pinch on your wallet, you could save some money by changing the brands you buy.
New York Times Blog: More Middle-Income Borrowers Seek Debt Help, lunes, 30 de enero de 2012
More middle-income consumers are seeking help through formal debt-reduction plans, according to an Atlanta-based credit counseling outfit.
FOX Business: Is it Smart to Transfer a Credit Card Balance?, miércoles, 18 de enero de 2012
The post-holiday blues have set in along with hefty yuletide credit card debt. Your well-intentioned plans for a Christmas-within-your-means fell short, and now you're faced with the prospect of paying off your holiday spending -- plus 15 interest -- for the next six months or longer.
New York Times Blog: Early Holiday Spending Comes Despite Tight Consumer Budgets, martes, 29 de noviembre de 2011
Continued housing distress and rising prices for food and gas are weighing heavily on American families’ finances as the holiday shopping season begins, a quarterly analysis shows.