Money Mentors' Free Financial Seminar on Tackling Debt

CALGARY, May 6, 2013 /CNW/ - For many Canadians, debt is a part of everyday life. However, having debt as part of your everyday reality can have severe financial implications, including paying high interest rates, being disapproved for a loan or credit card, and, in the worst cases, it can even result in filing for bankruptcy. This financial seminar video explains how to tackle debt properly in order for you to reach your personal financial goals.

The next free financial seminar discusses how to break the cycle of debt. Our Break the Cycle seminar will be offered on May 8, 2013 in Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Calgary, and Edmonton, and will run from 6:30-7:30 p.m. We hope you will come and learn about breaking the spending cycle and how to keep more money where it belongs - in your bank account.

Money Mentors is the only Alberta-based, not-for-profit credit counselling agency. Through a number of services, we help families and individuals recover from financial crisis and move forward. From credit counselling and money coaching to retirement planning and community financial literacy, we are contributing to a healthier financial future for the entire province.

Video with caption: " How do you avoid good debt becoming bad debt? This class teaches how to tackle debt the right way and reach your goals. You'll learn how to keep your credit history in good shape and build borrowing power for the future by dealing with your debts today.". Video available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLi6iMpcGUo

SOURCE: Money Mentors

For further information:

William Akoto - Marketing and Communications, MoneyMentors.ca
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