Financial Education

Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works in the world: how someone earns money, manages money, invests money, handles internal and external financial challenges, and donates money to help others.

Back Office Credit Solutions LLC offers financial education solutions for all life stages. Our focus is to increase awareness and provide access to financial education to the masses. We will work with you to analyze your current financial position, predict short-term and long-term needs and execute a plan to fulfill those needs within your financial constraints.

We offer consulting services to those who need help with debt, budgeting, money management skills and credit issues. We will provide you with tips to help you save money, teach you how to calculate and increase your net worth, reduce debt and increase your cash flow, and show you how to protect your assets. After all, no one cares more about your money than you!

Our consultants will work one-on-one helping you achieve your financial goals.  We will:

  • Assess your current financial position
  • Develop a plan of action
  • Establish achievable financial goals
  • Monitor and record successes

Financial illiteracy affects all ages and causes many people to become victims of predatory lending (payday loans), fraud and high interest rates, potential resulting in bad credit and sometimes bankruptcy!

Statistics show that over 65% of Americans are financial illiterate. You don’t have to be included in this number.

We are dedicated to creating an environment where consumers are informed to make educated financial decisions that will improve their lives.

Back Office Credit Solutions LLC also offers financial education seminars to non-profit and civic organizations, corporations, and various other groups.  Please see a few of our seminar listings below. Call us for more details.


  • Credit: What is it and why is it important
  • Identity Theft: Protect Yourself
  • Credit Repair: What they don’t want you to know
  • Credit Report: What does it mean and how to read them
  • The Basics: Introduction to money management
  • Funding Your Business
  • Small Business: Protect your business from fraud
  • Financial Elder Abuse
  • First Home Buyer
  • Financial Planning/Life Insurance
  • And many more…