Monday, February 24, 2014

OnTrack WNC Financial Education and Counseling joines new initiative to help consumers

In an effort to ensure that WNC consumers achieve financial stability and reclaim their financial future, OnTrack WNC Financial Education and Counseling is participating in the Sharpen Your Financial Focus™ program. This nationwide initiative, launched by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®) in partnership with major financial service companies, was developed to allow consumers to take the first step toward achieving their financial goals. OnTrack WNC Financial Education and Counseling, a member of the NFCC, is providing WNC residents with financial reviews, financial self-assessment tools, and educational workshops as a part of the initiative.

“OnTrack WNC Financial Education and Counseling is pleased to be a part of this important program. With support from national financial service companies including Bank of America, Chase, GE Capital Retail Finance, and Wells Fargo, we are able to provide consumers with the financial skills necessary for sound financial management and long-term stability,” remarked OnTrack WNC’s Executive Director Celeste Collins.

WNC residents are encouraged to participate in the Sharpen Your Financial Focus program through the following actions: 

  •     Take MyMoneyCheckUp® at MyMoneyCheckUp is an online financial self-assessment tool designed to increase financial awareness; and provide consumers with concrete steps to improve their financial well-being. 
  •     Contact OnTrack WNC Financial Education and Counseling by calling 828.255.5166 or 800.737.5485 to schedule an appointment with an NFCC Certified Financial Professional for a financial review, and  
  •     Participate in an OnTrack WNC financial workshop. Designed as a “deep dive”, the education class will focus on the major area(s) of interest to the consumer. Visit our website at for a listing of workshop dates and times.

OnTrack WNC helps people achieve their money and housing goals through financial education, counseling, and support so they can overcome crises, afford basic needs, improve money management skills, and make sound financial choices rooted in their values.

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