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How to use credit responsibly: National Foundation for Credit Counseling

The information below is being posted on behalf of West Glen and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.* Learn More: Growing older brings new responsibilities. These new responsibilities will lead to making important choices which will ultimately impact a young man or woman’s future. Did you know? •    Almost one-half of all college students have […]

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February 22, 2010

National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC): Print financial workbooks for free

Mommy Perks is happy to post this guest post today on behalf of the NFCC: If we break an appliance in our kitchen, we could try fixing it ourselves if the right step-by-step manual is on hand.  If no manual is available, we may simply guess and hope for the best.  The other option: Find […]

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November 16, 2009

National Foundation for Credit Counseling : Holiday spending tips!

Mommy Perks is happy to once again share with you about the non profit organization National Foundation for Credit Counseling. Read their valuable information below, prior to over-spending this holiday season! Be wise – spend wisely. Learn more: This can be the most exciting time of year for families, as it’s coming up on the […]

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August 10, 2009

Financial Fast Facts: FREE financial information and help

Here at Mommy Perks we are well aware of the financial situation in our nation. We understand that many families are struggling to find the answers needed. In fact, this is one of the reasons we continue to give away lots of great items to our readers and members – because we can all use […]

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