Bucks County Grant Covers Delinquent Mortgages from COVID-19

Bucks County Grant Covers Delinquent Mortgages from COVID-19

A new grant program will pay delinquent mortgages for qualifying individuals and families in Bucks County who have experienced reduced income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Credit Counseling Center’s Foreclosure Counseling Program received a grant from Bucks...
Good Friends, Inc.

Good Friends, Inc.

Every three months Credit Counseling Center speaks to the men at Goodfriends Inc. – a community-based residential drug & alcohol licensed treatment program for men in Morrisville. The men are part of a three month program and CCC is one of the required...
Saving a $1,000 Emergency Fund

Saving a $1,000 Emergency Fund

A $1,000 emergency fund is a savings amount set aside for unexpected expenses or unforeseen financial events, such as a job loss, medical emergency, or major car or home repair. The idea is, having $1,000 cash or in a savings account set aside for most common...
Proclamation for Bucks County Saves

Proclamation for Bucks County Saves

The Bucks County Commissioners presented Credit Counseling Center’s Joan Reading with a Proclamation to recognize Bucks County Saves Week.   February 5 – March 2 was designated Bucks County Saves Week. 78% of people live paycheck to paycheck. Unfortunately, that...
Save Automatically

Save Automatically

Save Automatically The easiest and most effective way to save is automatically. This is how millions of employees save through 401(k) and other retirement programs at work. It is also how millions of Americans save at their bank or credit union. How to Save...
Identity Your Financial Goals

Identity Your Financial Goals

Happy New Year! This is the time of year that we make resolutions and are moving full speed ahead towards improving certain aspects of our lives. Many times we are looking to get our finances under control – paying off debt, saving towards a goal or preparing...
Rx for your Holiday Credit Hangover

Rx for your Holiday Credit Hangover

For several years, Ruth charged around $15,000 on her credit cards for Christmas presents. While shopping she wasn’t thinking about her budget, she was thinking about her three kids and their Christmas list. As they got older, the items they wanted became...