Education Is the Key To Financial Success

There’s a reason we named our company National Credit Educational Services! Education is the key to your ongoing financial success – during your credit restoration journey… and for the rest of your life.

That’s why we have created an online Credit Mastery Course for our clients.

We already host live credit coaching conference calls every week and publish a lot of great information on this blog, but we wanted to do even more to help consumers gain the knowledge and skills they would need to enjoy financial success long term.

So our founder and credit expert, George Cole, teamed up with an award-winning teacher to create the NCES Credit Mastery Course. Each video lesson covers a different aspect of building positive financial habits in detail, giving students an in-depth understanding how credit and money work to build financial security.

The NCES Credit Mastery Course is free for all NCES clients actively enrolled in our credit restoration program. The program just launched this week, so be on the lookout for your email asking you to log in and set your new password.

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Not an NCES client? We believe in you, too! So here are a few other places you can get a healthy dose of tuition-free financial education:

edX – Finance for Everyone

edX Financial Skills Course

You can choose to audit this course for free or pay $49 to get a certificate. Taught by a professor of finance, this 6 week course will teach you the fundamental skills of finance and how to apply them to your everyday life. The next session starts in less than 2 weeks from today (July 11th) , but edX archives many of its classes for students to enroll in anytime.

CNN Money: Money Essentials

CNN Money educational resources

This great collection of articles and resources from CNN Money can answer most of the questions you can come up with about money and finance, from, “How many checks do I need to order when I open a checking account?” to leading you step-by-step in how to buy your first home.

Simply hover your mouse over the image for the category you are interested in and a menu of topics will appear. You can then read the lessons and articles at your own pace according to your schedule.

Utah State University: Family Finance

Utah State free online course for financial success

This course is jam packed with great information about family finance and money management. All the lessons are saved as PDF documents so you can print them or read them online from anywhere. To access the lesson menu, click in the word “Syllabus” in the grey menu area on the left side of the page. Then choose the topic you want to learn about. It is probably best to do the lessons in order, but it it not necessary.

(If you want to download the entire course to your computer, you can click in “Download This Course” link on the right side of the page. The “unzip” the files to access them.)

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LendUp: Educational Video Series

LendUp educational resources for financial success

These quick videos from LendUp are entertaining and informative. They are a great introduction to credit and personal finance and would probably be a useful resource for teaching kids about how money and credit work.

Just a word of caution: LendUp is a lending company, so if you register your email to take the quizzes, be prepared to get offers from them. (NCES is not affiliated with LendUp, nor do we endorse or promote their services and products.)

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This information is intended for informational and educational purposes only and not as legal advice. If you have concerns about your credit report, harassment, identity theft, illegal collections activity, garnishments, or property liens, you should consult an attorney who specializes in consumer rights and defense.

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