March 7th, 2014
American Consumer Credit Counseling Partners with MassSaves to Launch First Annual State House Financial Capability DayComments Off, Blog, by compserv2.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 27, 2014 On February 27th, American Consumer Credit Counseling along with fellow Massachusetts Financial Education Collaborative (MFEC) members, State Senator Jamie Eldridge of Acton, State Representative Viriato Manuel DeMacedo of Plymouth, and State Representative Danielle Gregoire of Marlborough, will collaborate with MassSaves, to host the first annual State House Financial Capability Day. During the State House Financial Capability Day, ACCC and other organizations will present to legislators and staff on financial education and capability work going on in the various legislative districts across the Commonwealth. The State House Financial Capability Day brings together policy makers and financial organizations that share a strong commitment to empowering each citizen of the Commonwealth with the Read more text
March 4th, 2014Comments Off, Blog, by compserv2.
Mumbai, India (PRWEB UK) 4 March 2014 Accelya, the leading provider of financial and business intelligence solutions to the Airline industry, today announced that it will manage critical financial processes for Bangkok Airways, Asias boutique airline. The scope of services includes the complete Book-to-Cash cycle including passenger revenue accounting, cargo revenue accounting, sales audit, card billing and miscellaneous billing. The data from the financial processing will integrate seamlessly into Accelyas EverestAirTM platform, to provide strategic MIS to all stakeholders. Accelya will be looking after our financial processes with speed, accuracy and quality standards that are the best in the industry. We see great value in the strategic MIS that we will derive from the integration across financial processes, said Khun V Read more text
(PRWEB) February 27, 2014 Over the next few months, eager students across the country will tear open college acceptance letters announcing their options for the 2014-15 school year. Theyll also get financial aid award letters, helping to shed some light on how much college will cost. Amid the excitement of educational possibilities, college students will need to carefully evaluate their financial aid packages and consider whether to assume educational debt. Not every student who borrows to pay for college ends up with an insurmountable debt load. In fact, most dont. The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) advises these six steps to help students find a healthy amount of debt for them: 1. Determine your cost of college: College costs dont end with tuition payments. Expenses like hou Read more text
February 26th, 2014Comments Off, Blog, by compserv2.
Fort Washington, MD (PRWEB) February 26, 2014 Fort Financial Services, the Beltway-based financial intermediary servicing commercial real estate companies and equipment vendors/dealers nationwide, has announced Fort Rewards, a new program designed to deliver profit-building support and selling incentives to partner companies. Our clients typically are those outside of the Big Business arena, said Fort Financial owner, Rodney McMillian. These are generally small- to mid-sized companies whose customers have a tough time securing affordable loansor any loan, for that matterfrom mainstream sources such as banks. It is our goal not only to open up funding for these companies and individual borrowers, too, but at the same time, to help our business customers strengthen their bottom line as we grow our own. Thats where Fort Rewards comes Read more text