What are some of the ways in which you can pay for financial counseling services? Well, this is an important question, especially when we consider that most of the people who seek financial counseling services tend to be folks who are in financial distress. As it turns out, there are 3 main ways in which financial counseling services are usually paid for, namely:
- Through government assistance: there are government programs through which one can get financial counseling assistance. People who are in financial distress, and whose distress has caught the government’s attention (for instance, in the course of bankruptcy proceedings) are able to access such assistance. So this is one of the ways in which you can get assistance in paying for financial counseling services.
- With help from charitable organizations: there are charitable organizations that provide assistance to people who are financial distress — including by helping them to access financial counseling services. Some of these organizations have in-house financial counselors, who can give you the financial counseling you need at a subsidized cost – or even at absolutely no cost.
- Using personal resources: financial distress notwithstanding, there are some folks who still have enough resources left over to pay for financial counseling services. After all, the financial counseling services are not all that expensive. You may be able to afford them, even if you are currently working for a modest paycheck as a Walmart1 associate. It is really just a question of going to the employees portal, at www.walmartone.com and checking through your earnings, to see if you can spare a few hundred bucks to pay for financial counseling services. The beautiful thing with paying for financial counseling services using your own resources is that you get to preserve your dignity. But if you are to have other people pay for your financial counseling services, it means that you will find yourself having to shuttle from office to office, and to bare your financial woes before many people, before you can get any assistance.