Maintaining a healthy balance when it comes to financial situations is never easy, and can be extremely confusing without the proper guidance. If used, these resources can tell you the state of your finances, and how you can get them to a better place. As a valued member of the Union, you should have comprehensive knowledge about your retirement plan, outlined regulations for retirement plans and the availability of union sponsored retirement plans. The MAP counselors can also help you attain what you have earned as a Local 28 member.
The information provided in the links below is as specific as possible; however, if you need information not provided, please try the following things:
- Call 311. The operators have a wealth of information and can connect you to available known resources.
- Use your favorite search engine. Look for city and state government web sites, which often provide a gateway for services that are offered.
- Contact your local elected official’s office.
Offers free debt counseling, debt management, housing services, student loan counseling, credit report reviews, bankruptcy counseling and education, and financial education.
Services include a free debt management program for those with a minimum of $2500 in unsecured debt on at least two accounts.
Confidential credit and budget counseling. Debt management services and bankruptcy education.
Nonprofit financial counseling organization.
The official site to get your free annual credit reports.
Answer tax filing questions, including Child and Dependent Care Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit.
What You Should Know About Your Retirement Plan outlines regulations for union sponsored retirement plans.
Credit counseling and budgeting resources at locations in all boroughs.
Or call 311