Debt.com Solves Personal Finance Problems
Addressing real money problems and providing step-by-step content for making key financial decisions
The marriage of personal finance news, industry leaders and best in class solution providers, Debt.com offers a new way to deal with debt and money issues. The site offers in-depth answers to financial questions and provides vetted partners to bring consumers certified and reviewed organizations.
The site boosts a unique Solutions Center that matches people’s personal finance needs to experts around the country who can help solve consumer debt problems. It also contains robust interactive tools for figuring out what the best course of action is given certain circumstances.
“Many Americans owe record-setting amounts of money. The country has racked up more than $660 billion in credit card debt. I’ve launched and operated half-dozen companies that have counseled hundreds of thousands of people and my hope is to offer real solutions to end the cycle of debt. Our staff consists of CPAs, financial experts, and certified financial counselors. Collectively, they have more than a century of experience in the personal finance field,” says Howard Dvorkin, CPA and Chairman of Debt.com.
From buying a home, to saving for graduate school, to becoming a better ‘budgeter,’ Debt.com helps users achieve maximum financial health through its dynamic newsletters and straightforward, easy-to-read content. Debt.com helps each user achieve tailored financial goals by:
- Enabling them to gain insight into their personal finances via an easy-to-navigate web platform.
- Customizing an Action Plan specific to fit individual goals, offering a personalized experience.
- Providing practical articles and rounds-up the best financial news from around the Internet. Plus, it also features financial wisdom from personal finance experts and authors.
- Sep 9 2014
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