Category Archives: NCES

Is your credit naughty or nice?
By George Cole In today’s economy, you need good credit to do just about anything – or at least to not have to pay through the nose to do what you want to do. Your credit is checked when you get an apartment, finance a car, apply for a cell phone contract, and even when you set up a new account with some utility companies. And...
More Comments are closed
Mountain Climbing is Not a Solo Sport – Overcoming Credit Obstacles
Life is full of obstacles, mountains we must climb. It’s only a problem when you let those mountains keep you from getting where you want to go. Life’s mountains come in all shapes and sizes. Some of us are buried in credit card debt. Others dream of getting a better education. We struggle with failing relationships… challenges to home ownership… keeping our children safe and on...
More Comments are closed
How to Connect With NCES via Email, RSS & Social Media
socialNational Credit Educational Services (NCES) has grown immensely since its humble beginnings in 1996. As we continue to move from a niche blog to a full-fledged credit education site, the topics we cover and the ways readers connect with us are changing. With this restructuring of  National Credit Educational Services (NCES) content comes a change in our presence on...
More Comments are closed