Hispanic Center for Financial Excellence in Miami, FL

The Hispanic Center for Financial Excellence (HCFE), a branch of Clearpoint, provides sound financial advice in order to help low- to moderate- income individuals and families in the state of Florida build long-term financial security at different life stages. Clearpoint partners with various businesses and organizations in Miami, including the Mexican Consulate, Accion, and HBIF. Our counselors conduct educational outreach throughout the community and work regularly with groups like Miami-Dade County, Community Action and Human Services Department, City of Miami, and United Way.

Hours & Location

Address:

Clearpoint Hispanic Center for Financial Excellence
7200 Corporate Center Dr
Ste. 200
Miami, FL 33126

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Hours:

Monday–Friday: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Phone:

305-592-9298

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