Cambridge Credit Counseling Corp. Publishes $0.99 Personal Finance e-Book

Cambridge Credit Counseling announced today that it has released its popularLearn Now or Pay Later personal finance guide as a $0.99 Kindle book.  Learn Now or Pay Later helps individuals identify the building blocks of a sound financial plan, learn about the emotional relationship they have with money, and look at their finances in a more positive and productive manner.

The $0.99 download covers important topics such as building a spending plan, establishing short- and long-term financial goals, reading credit reports, understanding credit scores, and using credit wisely.   For consumers dealing with more serious financial concerns, Learn Now or Pay Later also provides information about regaining control of your financial life, fighting identity theft, and dealing with aggressive debt collectors.

“For close to two decades, Cambridge has helped consumers make more informed financial decisions,” remarked Cambridge’s president and CEO, Christopher Viale. “Offering our Learn Now or Pay Later guide in a digital format is a natural extension of our educational mission, which will allow us to provide this valuable information to more Americans.”

The guide was written by Thomas J. Fox, Cambridge’s Community Outreach Director.  Mr. Fox is a nationally accredited credit and housing counselor who, over the last fifteen years, has produced a number of guidebooks, DVDs, and educational curricula designed to educate young people and low-income individuals about personal finance.

Proceeds from Learn Now or Pay Later Kindle sales will be used to expand Cambridge’s community financial education initiatives, but the guide will remain free for anyone who participates in a full counseling session with a Cambridge counselor.

Those interested in downloading the $0.99 Kindle book can visit here: Learn Now or Pay Later


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