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Welcome to the Money Management International (MMI) newsroom.  MMI has been educating consumers since 1958 and has helped millions of people learn how to use credit wisely and practice good money management skills.  We have found that consumers make smart financial choices when they have access to the most up-to-date information on what can be a stressful and complex topic.

August 11, 2011 :

Money Management International (MMI), the largest nonprofit credit counseling agency in the nation, has just launched a free new online resource to teach kids about good money management: MoneyBunny.com. On the site, children can explore the world of the Money Bunnies and jump-start their learning about wise financial choices. More

August 18, 2011 :

According to a recent report released by the U.S. Secretary of Education, student loan default rates are up a staggering 7 percent, up from the 2007 default rate of 6.7 percent. The default rates for student borrowers are considerably higher for those who attended public schools than those who attended private ones. Due to a lackluster economic turnaround and high unemployment, it’s no surprise that student borrowers are struggling to make loan payments. More

September 01, 2009 :

A review of FDIC statistics shows that where you live can make a big difference in how you pay your credit card bills.  In fact, Southeasterners are quite a bit more likely to default on their credit card payments than their neighbors to the West. More

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MMI suggests finance options for obtaining a higher education According to a recent report released by the U.S. Secretary of Education, student loan default rates are up a staggering 7 percent, up from the 2007 default rate of 6.7 percent. The default rates for student borrowers are considerably higher for those who attended public schools than those who attended private ones. Due to a lackluster economic turnaround and high unemployment, it’s no surprise that student borrowers are struggling to make loan payments.

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