April is National Financial Literacy Month, a time set aside to recognize the importance of making informed financial decisions. Cambridge Credit Counseling, a national non-profit agency whose staff works one-on-one every day with financially distressed individuals, is excited to announce a contest in keeping with the month-long event, “Answers from America’s Money Answers Man.”
Throughout April, visitors to www.cambridge-credit.org/FLM will have the opportunity to win a one-on-one personal financial analysis with Jordan Goodman. Each weekday, Cambridge will post a segment from the agency’s Your Money 2.0 educational video series, and contest entrants will be asked to answer a question based on the material in the video. At the end of each week, Cambridge will pick a winner from among those with the most correct answers submitted.
In announcing the contest, Christopher Viale, president and CEO of Cambridge, commented on the unique prize offered to the contest’s winners. “This is a great opportunity to have a meaningful conversation with one of our country’s most respected financial experts. Four lucky people will have the chance to receive a financial makeover that could help transform their finances.”
Jordan Goodman is “America’s Money Answers Man” and the author of 13 best-selling books on personal finance, including Master Your Debt, and Fast Profits in Hard Times. He is also a regular guest on radio and television shows across the country, including NBC’s The Today Show, the Fox News Network, Fox Business Network, CNN, CNBC and the CBS Evening News. “Cambridge has been working for years to improve financial literacy, and I’m happy to support that goal by offering a counseling session to the contest winners,” noted Mr. Goodman.
To learn more about “Answers from America’s Money Answers Man,” please contact Cambridge’s Community Outreach Director, Thomas Fox, at 413-241-2362.
About Cambridge Credit Counseling
Cambridge Credit Counseling Corp. is a professional housing and credit counseling agency dedicated to improving the financial literacy of young adults, and to providing financially distressed Americans with education and debt management services appropriate to their needs. Visit Cambridge Credit Counseling online at http://www.cambridge-credit.org.