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Top 10 nonprofit consumer credit counseling agencies

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Slideshow lists the 10 largest nonprofit consumer credit counseling agencies in the U.S. by revenue; their top executives, and executive pay

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Editor’s note: For updated figures on credit counseling agencies’ revenue and salaries, see “Credit counselors turn to student debt,” and “CEO paid $1.7m for helping hard-pressed debtors.”

Here are the 10 largest nonprofit consumer credit counseling organizations in the U.S. based on their annual revenue. The information is from agencies’ Form 990 annual reports filed for fiscal year 2010 or 2011.

See related: Behind the credit counseling curtain

Top 10 nonprofit consumer credit counseling agencies in the U.S.

Revenue (millions)
Money Management International$99.3
CredAbility (Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta)$45.5
GreenPath debt solutions$42.4
Consolidated Credit Counseling Services Inc.$34.8
Cesi Debt Solutions$34.7
Take Charge America$29.4
Novicore Solutions (previously Novadebt)$23.5
InCharge Debt Solutions$21.8
ClearPoint$20.4
Apprisen$17.3

 

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