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Low-income Detroiters offered free financial counseling (The Detroit News)

Detroit - Low-income residents will now have access to free financial counseling at centers opening up throughout the city, officials announced Monday.

The first two of six Financial Empowerment Centers planned for Detroit are officially offering services to Detroiters under a partnership between the city of Detroit, Wayne County Treasurer's Office, businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Officials said the Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency will oversee the effort that will provide one-on-one financial counseling to help low- to moderate-income residents manage finances, pay down debt, increase savings and establish credit.

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