Consolidated Credit to Address Ongoing Crises and Housing Market in Spring Webinars

By Consolidated Credit8 days ago


FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite sustained economic downturn and countless natural disasters, the U.S. housing market continues to thrive. Consolidated Credit will address these economic disparities and what consumers can do in response to them in three spring webinars. These webinars take place the second Wednesday of April, May and June in English and on the third Wednesday of the month in Spanish at 1 pm EST. Registration is free and now open to the public.

The effects of financial stress are far-reaching. If youre dealing with the constant burden of limited income and too much debt, it can affect your performance at work, your relationships at home, and your health. Code Red RX is a financial strategy that encourages you to identify practical ways to deal with your finances. Just by finding solutions and taking steps to move forward, you can alleviate the burden of financial stress on your life.

TheCode Red RX: How to Survive Financial Stresswebinar will provide consumers with practical ways to deal with financial stress. OnApril 14, consumers will learn how:

  • Poor financial health can make you physically sick (or sicker)
  • Stay CALM when it comes to money (and what that acronym stands for)
  • Save more money and create a healthier financial future

“Financial stress is prevalent right now, and it has the potential to affect all Americans. The pandemic makes this a double whammy,“ saysApril Lewis-Parks,Director of Education and Corporate Communications. “Consolidated Credit's goal is to end financial crisis and bring hope.“

On May 12, the Weather and Your Walletwebinar will address planning and preparing for natural disaster to minimize financial loss. In this webinar, consumers will learn:

  • How to prepare for any natural disaster without breaking the bank
  • How to take advantage of technology to give you peace of mind
  • Where to get free help as you recover from a natural disaster

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