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We have created this much needed educational section as a conduit to provide educational products and services to our Members that are clearly educational in nature and provide a basic overview of key tenets that teach budgeting and sound money and credit management skills.
It is our opinion that Members need to conduct a very significant amount of consumer education that is exclusive of debt management activity in order to satisfy their educational requirements as set forth in Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Members need to be active in the maintenance of their 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. Therefore, members should offer and provide free educational products and services as part of: (1) the Members credit counseling process (and made available to debt management plan enrollees and non-enrollees alike); (2) live workshop/seminar presentations offered on a regular basis by Members staff at events that are open and free to the public; and (3) free offerings through the Internet, schools, community centers, and/or other venues.
Incorporating the right educational products and services could assist members in making significant progress toward fulfilling its tax-exempt mandate to educate the public on these issues.
Please take the time to review the educational provider and all they have to offer.