College & Credit
Building a bright future while avoiding problems with debt and credit disasters.
If you want to go to college, it’s probably going to cost you. Even if you get a full ride, you still have things like living expenses and food to worry about. Unless you’re living at home, even just that will be an added financial burden on you and your family. So how do you go to college without going into serious debt?
The time students spend on campus is supposed to set them up for financial success. But there are also plenty of ways to fall into traps with debt that can ruin your credit and leave you on shaky financial ground when you’re just starting out.
If your college years or your children’s college years are causing problems with debt, we can help. Call Consolidated Credit today to ask for a free debt evaluation from a certified credit counselor. We can even include multiple parties in a debt management program if you cosigned a credit card for one of your children and now they’re in trouble. Call us at (844) 276-1544 or request a free Debt & Budget Analysis online.