CLC is pleased to announce an exciting program utilizing telephonic access to financial professionals in order to counter the growing need for consumers who are concerned about their financial wellness. Due to a substantial and increasing demand for cost-effective financial advisory services, CLC, a leading provider of affordable legal and financial services, has developed a program to influence the way consumers resolve their financial issues.

What it is

The financial component of CLC's benefit program provides access to counselors with a broad range of experience in financial services, including licensed CPA's and experienced financial advisors.

What it does

The financial coaching program is an interactive advocacy service for consumers that provides education, guidance, and counseling. The financial benefit is available to allow members an opportunity to determine the most appropriate way to handle their financial situations by talking with an individual familiar with complex financial matters. If an individual would benefit from experienced financial insight, or would like a second opinion to feel confident about a particular financial strategy, he or she should consider a CLC financial referral.

What It Means to the Consumer

CLC's financial advisory program is dedicated to providing objective, professional guidance to help average people manage their debt and make the best financial decisions possible to build wealth. Our goals are to:

  • Help people with their financial situations
  • Provide a new frame of mind for thinking about money
  • Provide new ideas to help people get ahead
  • Provide motivation to help people stay on track


Consultation topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Budgeting Techniques
  • College Funding
  • Corporate Bonds
  • Credit After Bankruptcy
  • Credit Cards with Lower Interest Rates
  • Credit Repair Scams
  • Credit Reports
  • Debt Counseling
  • Divorce Planning
  • Insurance Buying Strategies
  • IRA Rollovers
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Money Market Accounts
  • Mortgages
  • Retirement Planning
  • Reverse Mortgages
  • Saving For Financial Emergencies
  • Social Security Benefits
  • Small Business Financing
  • Student Loans
  • Tax Issues
  • U.S. Savings Bonds
  • Utility Bills - Late