Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) January 25, 2011
The current state of the economy has resulted in financial ruin for countless Americans. All across the country people are having to adjust their budgets and lifestyles to compensate for the economic decline that has occurred over the last few years. Unfortunately, many people do not know how to adjust their spending habits, especially after a reduction in income, or other related financial issues.
For these people, the best place to turn is a financial assistance program. Financial Crisis Prevention, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, helps people get back on track and reign in their spending habits. Many people spend hard-earned money on unnecessary and superfluous things which they think they need. By implementing the techniques taught by Financial Crisis Prevention, these consumers will be able to be more discerning about their purchases while saving for the future.
Financial Crisis Prevention offers several workshops that cover an extensive area of financial crisis including: debt cancellation, credit repair, asset building, and retirement planning. With the help of the classes,participants will be able to recognize the reality of their financial states, learn how to turn their debt around and become financially secure, and how to plan for future financial needs.
In addition to its workshops, Financial Crisis Prevention is currently offering a free Financial Literacy Report "The Smart Credit Management Guide" that can be the first step on the road from economic despair to a state of financial stability.
The lessons taught by Financial Crisis Prevention are crucial for anyone looking to better their financial situation. Since the economy does not appear to be improving soon, it is up to individuals to take action to repair the damages done by the recession.
For more information about workshops and the free Financial Literacy Report, visit http://www.financialcrisispreventionusa.com or call (866) 678-8154.
Financial Crisis Prevention is based out of Charlotte North Carolina. Determined to help people learn how to save money and effectively reduce debt, this company offers several workshops and other resources to educate people about responsible economic activity. Started in 1991, the founder created Financial Crisis Prevention to fill a gap in the education system, which does not offer financial literacy classes.
To enroll in a workshop or receive your Financial Literacy Report, visit http://www.financialcrisispreventionusa.com or call (866) 678-8154.
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