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Raleigh, NC took a hit during the recession but it still has a strong economic base. The following sectors were the most impacted by job loss: manufacturing, financial services, and construction.1 The unemployment rate in Raleigh has improved from 7.9% in July 2012 to 7.5% in December 2012, dropping below the national unemployment rate of 7.8%.2 From the 2011 Census, 15.1% of the Raleigh population lives below the poverty line as well.3
According to CareOne’s internal data on loan-free debt consolidation in Raleigh, NC, residents owed .03% more than the national average in 2012. The amount of debt owed increased from 2011, when Raleigh residents owed 10.77% less than the national average. Many factors contribute to debt, such as credit card debt, loss of income, divorce, and medical debt.
The providers of CareOne Debt Relief Services® understand that when faced with tough financial obstacles, it can be difficult to figure out what the best solution is. Many of us at CareOne, including our founder Bernie Dancel, have been in your shoes and understand what if feels like when challenges arise and you need help to better manage your finances. If you’re looking for help with debt consolidation in Raleigh, without a loan, we want you to know that we are here to help.
Our Certified Personal Finance Counselors® will provide a free financial analysis, where we’ll walk you through all your available options. Together we’ll help you choose a relief plan that works for you so you can get on track to achieving your financial goals.