National Financial Awareness Network, Inc.
National Financial Awareness Network, Inc.

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Personal finance education company offers 25% discount on all products sold through their website at Customers simply need to use the coupon code HAPPYHOLIDAYS to get their 25% discount.

Dallas, TX, December 05, 2006 --( The National Financial Awareness Network, a Dallas-based financial literacy company, is giving holiday shoppers the gift of a 25% coupon for all items sold through its website at

The offer is available to all customers who purchase NFAN products through their website between December 1, 2006, and January 1, 2007. Customers need to enter the coupon code HAPPYHOLIDAYS in the shopping cart when checking out to receive the 25% discount.

Customers who take advantage of the holiday coupon can save over $35 on the popular “Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit,” a five-hour audio seminar and workbook explaining how to successfully negotiate reduced debt settlements with creditors. Customers will also receive 25% off already discounted items, such as the “Credit Recovery and Survival Guide: How to Repair, Rebuild and Safeguard Your Credit” e-book that is currently discounted from $37.95 to $19.95 during its introductory promotional period.

NFAN President John Janney said the company is offering the additional discounts because he feels it is important that people educate themselves about credit and debt during the holiday shopping season so they can avoid mistakes that push people into overwhelming levels of debt.

“The goal of financial education is not to discourage spending or buying gifts for those you love,” explains Janney. “The aim is to give people the information to better plan those purchases so they can learn how to save money and avoid costly credit mishaps that can wreck their finances in the coming years.”

Janney said that many consumers suffer from “post-holiday financial hangovers” when they receive their credit card bills in January. He noted that some surveys are predicting that consumers will spend more this holiday shopping season while other surveys are showing consumers intend to spend less. Regardless, American consumers’ finances continue to tighten due to rising energy costs, healthcare costs, credit card debt and other economic factors.

Janney said NFAN is playing an important role in turning this trend around by creating financially healthy consumers through personal finance education.

“American consumers are drowning in $857.4 billion in credit card debt, which is $237 billion more than we had at the start of 2000,” Janney continued. “This trend shows that we are getting more financially unhealthy and we need to turn this trend around.”

Anyone interested in learning more about NFAN and the products they offer should visit their website at Customer wanting to save 25% on NFAN products need to enter coupon code HAPPYHOLIDAYS in the shopping cart upon checkout. The holiday coupon special expires on January 2, 2007.

About NFAN

The National Financial Awareness Network, Inc., is a Dallas-based financial literacy company that offers educational products and services related to personal finance, such as the popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit, Credit Recovery and Survival Guide and the 99¢ money-saving newsletter Street Cents. The New York State Banking Department lists NFAN’s in their Financial Educational Resources Directory. For more information, please visit their website at

National Financial Awareness Network, Inc.
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