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Being in debt can become a very stressful situation.
There are many debt relief services to help you get out of debt toward financial freedom.
These include Credit Counseling, Debt Consolidation, Debt Settlement and Debt Bankruptcy.

Credit Card Debt Relief

Get Out of high interest debt and save money

Compare Debt Relief Solutions For The Best Fit For You


Learn If Its Time To Get Professional Help


Get Credit Counseling Advice To Help Manage Your Finances


Learn How Debt Consolidation Can Lower Your Debt Costs


See How Debt Settlement Can Quickly Cut Your Total Debt

student loan Debt Relief

Get Out Of Student Loan Debt & Move Your Life Forward

Compare Private & Federal Debt Relief Solutions For The Best Fit For You


Reduce Your Monthly Payments To Avoid Loan Default


Get Advice To Help Manage Your Loan Debt


See If You Qualify For Student Loan Forgiveness


Get Control Of Your Student Debt & Achieve Your Life’s Goals

irs  & state tax Debt Relief

clean up back taxes and get your life back in order

Compare Debt Relief Solutions For The Best Fit For You


Stop Wage Garnishment & Liens


End Collections When You Are Unable To Pay


Get Legal Services To Negotiate With The IRS


See How Debt Settlement Can Cut Your Tax Debt


Eliminate Report Mistakes To Improve Your Credit Score

Identify Errors In Your Credit Report That Cost You Money


Learn The Right Way How To Dispute Credit Report Items


Get A Professional Solution To Clean Up Your Report


Start Improving Your Credit Little By Little


Save Interest & Money Improving Your Credit Score

Consumer Debt Relief Services

credit counseling

A consumer Credit Counseling advisor reviews your financial situation and recommends a debt management plan. The credit counselor determines how much you can pay and then negotiates with your creditors on your behalf. The negotiation can be for longer terms, lower monthly amounts or reduction in interest rates.

debt consolidation

A consumer debt relief counselor reviews your debts and consolidates (shifted) them into one manageable account. This is to reduce interest rate debts, arrive at lower monthly payments and allow you to concentrate on making just one payment. However, your total debt balance remains the same and if the payment period is lengthened, you will pay additional financing costs.

DEBT settlement

A consumer debt relief counselor reviews your financial situation and determines that you qualify based on the type of unsecured debt and financial hardship. The counselor negotiates on your behalf with the creditors to agree to settlements where you make lump sum payments for a portion of your debts. In return the creditor agrees to forgive the rest of the debts.


A consumer debt relief counselor reviews your financial situation and determines that it is not realistic for you to be able to repay your debts within two to three years. Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy is where you sell your assets to repay your creditors. This decision has long-term negative implications for your personal credit, borrowing costs, housing and employment.

Client Testimonials

Client Connect has worked with Nexus for many years now.  We have found them to be professional and deliver on their promises.  I would recommend them without hesitation.

Client Connect Inc.

We have worked with Nexus for about two years now,  With their help our business has continued to grow and I look forward to working with them in the future.

GAM Exterminating

We have worked with Nexus for about one year now.  They are responsive, detailed and professional in their dealing with me.  I would recommend them to anyone.

GK Portfolio Solutions, LLC

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DISCLAIMER – Nexus Financial Services does not directly provide debt relief services, but, upon request, acts as a locator service for BBB registered companies. It is ultimately up to you to determine whether the companies that we may introduce you to are appropriate for your situation. For debt settlement services, by law, you may not be charged any fee until a debt settlement is arranged on your behalf, you approve the settlement, and at least one payment is made towards the settlement. Each service offered by independent financial service providers is unique so ask them for their complete details of the program and fees.  Not all consumers are able to complete debt relief programs for various reasons. The use of debt relief services could negatively impact your credit history and may result in legal action on the part of creditors or collectors for unpaid balances.  Read and understand all program materials prior to enrollment. Please contact a debt relief specialist for complete service details.  Your debt relief consultation is free, will not affect your credit score, and you are under no obligation to enroll in, or purchase, any product or service.