Financial programs help Worcester residents save their money, get out of debt, and establish good credit. Worcester financial programs include debt management programs, IDA matched savings accounts, and free and low cost banking.
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Worcester residents can get free or low cost savings and checking accounts at area banks. Children and seniors qualify for free accounts, and other residents can get basic accounts with low monthly fees.
Credit counseling programs give free advice to Worcester residents who are in debt or have questions about their finances. People who need help paying off their debts can enroll in a low-cost debt management plan..
Individual development accounts (IDAs) are special matched savings accounts that help low-income Worcester residents put money aside for homeownership, education, or a small business. For every dollar saved in an IDA, the IDA program adds matching funds to the account.