Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 17, 2014
This new addition comes as the popularity of blogs increases and more Americans look for a trusted source of financial advice. According to a recent Social Media Today survey, 77 percent of internet users regularly visit online blogs. Furthermore, another survey by Americans Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association – College Retirement Equities Fund found that 46 percent of Americans feel they need a trusted place to go for financial advice, now more than ever.
“As more and more Americas turn to blogs for information and advice, the Talking Cents blog aims to meet an increased desire for sound financial assistance among consumers,” said Steve Trumble, President and CEO of American Consumer Credit Counseling. “The Talking Cents blog already has fantastic contributors, but with the addition of Talking Cents Guy, we hope to help consumers feel even more prepared to take control of their money management and finances.”
Talking Cents Guy is as a savvy expert on managing money and living financially healthy. He learned the hard way how much of a burden financial debt can be, and now he wants to share his remarkable success and best practices for getting out of debt and staying out of debt. Talking Cents Guy still has those days where he wants to splurge, but knows what it will do to his budget and his financial future. He has perfected money management skills and is ready to teach consumers through his first-hand experiences.
“Talking Cents Guy is an ordinary guy with extraordinary budgeting skills that he learned from our Debt Management Plan.” added Trumble. “He represents the skills and knowledge that ACCC has provided to consumers for over twenty years, helping thousands of people regain control of their finances and get out of debt.”
Through his addition to the blog, Talking Cents Guy will help consumers minimize debt and grow their money. He aims to support consumers’ positive feelings about their finances by providing his own tricks of the trade. Overall, he empowers consumers and allows them to live better while working towards financial peace of mind.
“Consumers are often overwhelmed with the process of getting control of their finances, and many are intimidated by the idea of opening up to a stranger about their financial problems,” stated Trumble. “The great thing about our financial literacy blog is that it allows consumers to gain financial knowledge from the comfort and privacy of their own home,”
ACCC’s Talking Cents blog and additional resources can be found online at ACCC’s website, ConsumerCredit.com.
By visiting http://talkingcents.consumercredit.com/ consumers can access Talking Cents Guy’s advice as well as financial guidance from all of the highly skilled contributors to the Talking Cents blog.
ACCC’s certified and experienced counselors offer a variety of financial education, counseling, and debt management services to help consumers achieve long-term financial health and stability. These financial education programs enable consumers to better understand and manage their finances.
ACCC is a 501(c)3 organization, that provides free credit counseling, bankruptcy counseling, and housing counseling to consumers nationwide in need of financial literacy education and money management. For more information, contact ACCC:
About American Consumer Credit Counseling
American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) is a nonprofit credit counseling 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to empowering consumers to achieve financial management and debt relief through education, credit counseling, and debt management solutions. In order to help consumers reach their goal of debt relief, ACCC provides a range of free consumer personal finance resources on a variety of topics including budgeting, credit and debt management, student loans, homeownership, identity theft, senior living and retirement. Consumers can use ACCC’s worksheets, videos, calculators, and blog articles to make the best possible decisions regarding their financial future. ACCC holds an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and is a member of the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies. For more information or to access free financial education resources, log on to ConsumerCredit.com or visit TalkingCentsBlog.com.