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Money Management International
Improving Lives Through Financial Education
Regional Headquarters - 14141 Southwest FWY STE 1000 Sugar Land, TX 77478

About Us

Consumer Credit Counseling Services (CCCS) of the Southwest was founded in 1958. The organization’s purpose was to provide quality consumer education and counseling services to members of its local community. Over the years, the use of credit increased dramatically and so did the need for nonprofit credit counseling services. In 2001, CCCS of the Southwest joined with Money Management International (MMI) to meet the growing and changing needs of both consumers and creditors.

Today, MMI is the largest nonprofit, full-service credit counseling agency in the United States. MMI provides professional financial guidance, credit counseling, community-wide educational programs, debt management assistance, bankruptcy counseling and education services, and housing counseling assistance to consumers via phone, Internet, and in-person sessions. MMI is an industry leader in financial education, counseling, technology, industry association, growth, creditor relations, and program development.

MMI is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and recognized as an outstanding provider of quality services. COA is an independent nonprofit international accreditor with very high standards. MMI is also a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), and the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies (AICCCA). Being a member in good standing of these organizations is a testament to MMI's credibility and integrity.

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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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