Financial Tips from ACCC Pinterest Boards
The Internet can be a great resource for practically anything. However, it’s best to take advice from trusted and reliable sources. And that’s where ACCC Pinterest boards come in. They offer professional and helpful tips about personal finance on the social media sites you visit.
5 Popular ACCC Pinterest Boards
The Talking Cents Blog board is a collection of all the articles from this blog. If you missed reading one from the blog site or wanted to save the information for later, the Pinterest board is the perfect place to do just that.
Credit & Paying Down Debt has something for everyone. Whether you have a good credit score, need to make some improvements or find some creative ways to pay down debt, this ACCC Pinterest board has it.
Are you heading to college soon or currently enrolled? The Student Loans & Scholarships board offers insight into everything related to paying for college. Expect to find scholarship sources, information about student loan repayment and much more.
Buying a home is a major financial investment. It can also be a very complicated process. That’s why we have an entire Homeownership & Financing board. First-time homebuyers and buyers who haven’t been in the market for a while can benefit from a refresher with the information located on this board.
Pinterest is the place for recipes and delicious food. Cheap Eats: Recipes & Tips combines the joys of eating with frugal buying tips. Saving money on groceries is a big plus for anyone’s budget.
ACCC on Social Media
Want relevant financial news, advice and headlines while scrolling through your Facebook news feed? Like ACCC on Facebook! Every day, ACCC shares articles and tips relating to personal finances, debt management, ACCC announcements, and more to its followers. Following ACCC on Facebook is a great way to see highlights from ACCC and the personal finance world.
ACCC is also on Twitter @ACCC_helps! Similarly to Facebook, ACCC’s tweets offer guidance on managing debt, news from the industry and inspiration to keep you on budget. ACCC also participates in Tweet Chats to discuss money-related topics with other financial experts. There are many resources to share on Twitter so stay tuned in to get the latest. ACCC is also on Google+ and LinkedIn.
No matter your preference, you can connect with ACCC on social media to get advice and be motivated to stay out of debt.