The National Financial Awareness Network, a Dallas-based financial literacy company, is offering its popular Street Cents newsletter for 99¢ per issue on its NFAN website.
The monthly newsletter contains four sections: Frugal Forum, Of Interest, FAQ and On Guard. The Frugal Forum, the newsletter’s most popular section, offers money-saving information on a different topic each month. Of Interest explores recent news and events that affect consumers, the FAQ answers common questions about personal financial issues and On Guard provides information about safeguarding your personal information and finances.
NFAN started publishing Street Cents in August 2004 and offers a customized version of the newsletter to clients of debt relief companies who subscribe to Street Cents.
“For the past two and a half years we distributed the newsletter exclusively to clients of debt relief companies,” explains John Janney, NFAN president. “We decided to offer it to the general public because the information will benefit anyone trying to get out of debt, stay out of debt or wanting to save more of their hard-earned money.”
Janney said the information provided in the Frugal Forum section of the newsletter helped him reduce his electricity and grocery bills.
“We don’t just write Frugal Forum, we live it,” Janney continued.
Currently, NFAN lists the six most recent issues for sale on its website and plans to offer additional issues as they are formatted for easy download. Anyone interested in learning more or purchasing issues of Street Cents should visit the NFAN 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 and Credit Recovery and Survival Guide. The New York State Banking Department lists NFAN’s HelpForDebtors website in their Financial Educational Resources Directory. For more information, please visit the NFAN website.