May 7, 2010
-- ConsumerFinanceReport.com, a consumer advocacy site focused on improving consumer knowledge and awareness of personal finance issues and topics, today announced it has added to its site a series of informational articles that are designed to help consumers navigate effectively through the unemployment claim filing and benefits process. The material covers topics that include: detailed guide to unemployment benefits, instructions on how to file unemployment online, guidance on how to appeal an unfavorable ruling, explanation of reasons for denial of benefits, and a review of extended benefits.
Authored and researched by consumer finance report's in-house staff of experienced and expert personal finance professionals, the material answers common questions that consumers often struggle with while unemployed. The articles provide practical information that will help unemployed persons and their families apply for, and receive, the assistance they are entitled to.
The new unemployment content joins the site’s current content subject areas that include mortgage refinance, home equity loans, personal loans, mortgage loan modification, credit repair, debt relief, tax, and insurance. A special section is dedicated to issues surrounding bankruptcy and foreclosure, containing information to educate consumers on bankruptcy facts and present viable alternatives to bankruptcy. Consumerfinancereport.com (http://www.consumerfinancereport.com
) also provides updated scam alerts and warnings that highlight products or services about which people need to be aware.
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ConsumerFinanceReport.com is owned by Evergreen Media, a leader in the web-based marketing industry, serving the U.S and Canada. The privately held firm serves and partners with clients who are among the largest companies in the area of consumer debt reduction and relief. Evergreen Media maintains a highly skilled and experienced staff of consumer finance professionals, and has operations in Seattle and Chicago.