Monday, November 8th….. Pikes Peak Foreclosure Prevention Partnership. Those struggling to make mortgage payments, going through, or about to go through foreclosure can call for advice on how the process works. They also can get information on short sales and other remedies for homeowners.
Tuesday, November 9th… Financial planners with UBS Financial Services will be able to talk about your 401K… should you pull out… should you put in more money.
Also, the Federal Reserve is buying $600 Billion from the Federal Treasury to keep interest rates artificially low. The idea is to stimulate the economy. How this move affects you.
Wednesday, November 10th… Veterinarians with Northwest Animal Hospital answer questions on what ails your pet. The latest vaccines… like a shot for the canine flu or one for the rattlesnake vaccine.
Thursday, November 11th….. Attorneys with the El Paso County Bar Association will take legal questions… on everything from employment issues to divorce, child support, and even bankruptcy.
Friday, November 12th… Insurance experts will be onboard answering questions about the impending changes in health care.
For example… Is it free? Do you have to give up your present insurance? Can you continue going to your current physician? How expensive will it be? What are the options, as far as individual plans?
Again the hotline number is 457-8211.
This week Call for Action volunteers will be on their regular schedule and will be available Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday to help with consumer issues from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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