Achieving financial freedom is a goal for many people. For some, it means being able to pay bills with money left over each month or having a fully-funded emergency account. Others may want to retire early and travel. It generally means having enough savings, investments, and cash on hand to afford the lifestyle you want for yourself and your family.
As March National Credit Education Month nears; this presents an excellent opportunity not only to further your own awareness about credit —but to spread some of this valuable knowledge onto your own children and other youth in your life.
Allison was already struggling to make ends meet and make the payments on her high-interest rate credit card debt when ‘life’ really knocked her down. First, it was her beloved cat, Pepper. He had been there for her through good and bad times and when Pepper required vet care, it was no surprise that Allison would do whatever was necessary to help him. The vet bills began to roll in.
Like many others, enrolling in a debt-settlement program was something that Noah and Elizabeth never thought they would have to do. After working hard all their lives, they assumed retirement would lead them into a modest living well into their golden years.
When Claire lost her job due to Covid layoffs in 2020, she never thought she would get so far behind on bills. She had a small emergency fund saved up, but without a steady income, she fell further behind with every passing month.
November is a month that reminds us to pause and reflect on all the things for which we are thankful. At Century, our team has much to be thankful for and PEOPLE are at the top of our list.
October 4th kicks off the annual celebration of Customer Service Week. Customer Service Week is an international celebration of the importance of customer service and of the people who serve and support customers on a daily basis.
Janice joined the Century program after her life circumstances spiraled out of control. Following the unexpected death of her husband 5 years ago, she thought she could manage her finances with one income. After several years of trying to solve her financial situation herself, she contacted Century for help.
Emma and her husband had thought they had everything on track. Working hard all their lives and saving for retirement, they were approaching what they thought were the best years of their life.
Morgan, a single mother of five children, experienced a significant loss of income and was struggling to stay above water. She tried other debt relief programs but unfortunately, they did not work for her and the situation she found herself in with her unsecured debt. She sought out a new option and enrolled in the Century program to help her with her finances.