Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Millions of Americans continue to struggle with personal debt issues. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reports that the average American has nearly $48,000 in personal debt. In addition, studies suggest that the average net worth of workers in the U.S. is down nearly 40%.
The internet is littered with hundreds of debt-related websites, but how many of them are operating solely for the benefit of the person who is struggling under a mountain of bills? Now, a site completely dedicated to helping people overcome and get out of their debt for once and for all has just launched on the web.
“We understand there are still major debt and economic problems in the country today,” said My Zero Debt spokeswoman Ruth Framington. “Quality free advice and information can be tough to come by – not anymore!”
My Zero Debt offers dozens of non-profit debt counseling resources, as well as information on how to deal with credit card or student loan debt. Even young people without current money problems are encouraged to visit the new site.
“Our site is even those who don’t have any debt,” said Framington “We have entire pages dedicated to debt avoidance resources and counseling so that those who aren’t in debt will never have to experience it.”
There are a number of programs available for people depending on what type of debt they have. These programs are thoroughly and comprehensively reviewed by My Zero Debt.
“It’s important for people who may feel like they are drowning in debt to know that they are not alone,” said Framington. “There likely are resources that can easily help that people simply don’t know about. That’s why we’re here.”
For debt help, advice and solutions, please visit MyZeroDebt.net.