Announcing the New ReadyForZero Resource Centers!

ReadyForZero Resource CentersFor the last few weeks, we’ve been working behind the scenes to create a special resource that’s unlike anything else on the web… And today we’re excited to finally announce the public launch of our four brand new resource centers.

Unlike a typical blog page, these resource centers will allow you to browse and find answers to the questions that matter to you right now. For example, if your credit limit is lowered unexpectedly, and you’re not sure what to do, you can go into our Credit Card Debt resource center to find tips on how to respond.

As Shannon described so eloquently last week, our logo (and indeed our company) was created with the understanding of what it’s like to be in debt. Since we’ve been in debt ourselves, we always strive to build our company on that understanding, and to develop the tools that will empower you to get out of debt.

By now, you’re probably saying “Okay, these sound great, but where are they?” Good question! You can go see them (and start using them) right now… Just follow these links:

We will be updating these resources centers and adding more content to them every week, so please let us know what else should be included and we’ll work to make it happen.

These resource centers feature the great writing and insights of many of our good friends in the personal finance blogosphere. We owe a special thanks to these great personal finance blogs for sharing our resource centers with their readers:

CarefulCents.com
CoupleMoney.com
CreditKarma.com
DailyMoneyShot.net
LazyManAndMoney.com
MakingSenseOfCents.com
MarriedWithDebt.com
ModestMoney.com
MoneyCrashers.com
PlantingMoneySeeds.com
TwoHundredThou.com

These blogs have a wealth of information and we’d highly recommend checking them out on a regular basis because they’ll help you become better informed about your financial life.

We’re interested in featuring other blogs in the resource centers as well, so tell us about your favorite blogs and let us know what you think of them!

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