Alliant Capital Management is here to help consumers. We provide financial literacy resources and other useful tools to help consumers resolve outstanding accounts and achieve financial goals.
The Alliant Capital team cares about consumers. We understand that the account resolution process can be stressful for you and your family. We also recognize that most consumers want to resolve their accounts and build healthy financial habits. Our consumer resources provide information for all ages on managing finances, insight into the credit cycle, and other financial literacy topics that can lead to financial wellness.
As part of our commitment to consumers, we provide this list of curated consumer resources from respected organizations. These financial literacy tools can help provide in-depth perspective for consumers, enabling them to better understand financial options and make sound financial decisions.
Alliant Capital Management offers consumers a variety of convenient options for making payments on their accounts. Consumers can make payments online through our secure payment portal, over-the-phone with representative assistance, and by mail. We invite consumers to contact our office to discuss payment plan options and recurring payment arrangements for resolving overdue accounts. We work together with consumers to find amicable solutions and provide flexible payment options to help them resolve outstanding accounts.
Financialliteracy.ROCKS, a free financial literacy resource provided by Receivables Management Association International, provides financial tools and information to educate consumers and guides them in making sound financial decisions. Research a variety of financial topics like budgeting, credit cards, loans, and understand the benefits and drawbacks of each product or service.
Know My Debt
Knowmydebt.com is a consumer education website delivering information about understanding your rights, navigating your debt, and planning for your financial future. Know My Debt was created as an advocacy and education project by the members of ACA International, also referred to as the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals.
The Financial Literacy and Education Commission helps consumers make better decisions while managing their finances. This educational resource reviews the 5 principles of money management, Earn, Save & Invest, Protect, Spend, and Borrow. MyMoney.gov is a government resource that provides financial education to help consumers make better decisions while managing their finances.
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