We’re Almost There!

Thank you so much for taking the time to connect with MMI and provide so much vital information about your current financial situation. We’re excited to help you reach your goals!

What Happens Next?

We want to turn all that information you just provided into a customized action plan. But first, one of our counselors would like to talk to you to discuss your situation and make sure we create a budget and an action plan that suits your goals.

We’ll Call You

To complete your counseling experience, one of our counselors will reach out by phone. You can expect a call (from a toll-free number) within 24 business hours – often in less than an hour!

You Can Call Us

Don’t want to wait? You don’t have to! Give us a call at 888.916.9723 and we’ll connect you to a counselor right away.

Or You Can Use Email

Unable (or unwilling—we get it) to complete your counseling over the phone? We’ll also follow-up with an email. Reply to that email and we can review your options that way.

We want to see you reach your goals! Take the next step and complete your counseling as soon as you’re ready.

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