The National Financial Awareness Network, a Dallas-based financial literacy company, is offering recent and archived issues of its popular Industry Insights newsletter for free on its website.
NFAN started publishing Industry Insights in January 2005 to help professionals in the debt relief industry stay informed about the latest news and developments in the financial industry. The newsletter covers topics such as personal finance trends, economic statistics, legislation, legal actions and other industry-related issues. Each issue covers one topic from a wide range of sources to provide a comprehensive, yet concise, digest of information.
“Industry Insights has kept debt relief professions well informed about their industry, the economy and the harsh realities faced by people struggling with debt,” explains John Janney, president of NFAN. “We hope that sharing this information with the general public will build greater awareness of these important issues and help people gain a firmer grasp of what causes debt and what methods work for getting out of debt.”
NFAN will publish the nearly 100 archived issues of the newsletter in phases, starting with the most recent and working backwards. Janney said this method will provide consumers with articles on the most recent issues. Blocks of five to ten issues will be posted on the nfan.com website once they are formatted for easy download. Internet users with the popular Adobe Acrobat Reader can download issues to their local hard drive and read them at their convenience.
Janney said that bloggers and other internet publishers are free to republish each issue as long as they do not charge for access to the information, do not alter the information in any way, keep the copyright notice as belonging to NFAN and provide a link to the nfan.com website.
The National Financial Awareness Network, Inc., is a Dallas-based financial literacy company that offers educational products and services related to personal finance, such as the popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit. NFAN recently launched the HelpForDebtors.com website to provide information about state and federal laws related to fair debt collection. For more information, please visit the NFAN website.