We have a wide variety of financial education classes scheduled for the rest of the year!
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Here are some of the offerings we have coming up for the rest of 2016:
Designed to bring hope to families struggling to recover from a financial setback, this course will equip participants with proactive, practical strategies for getting back on their feet. The objective is to help participants visualize a brighter future and realize that their current financial difficulties don’t have to be permanent.
7/14/16 6:00 pm
Designed as an interactive two hour course that addresses attendee’s emotional relationship with money and calls them to take immediate action to improve their financial futures. The course will highlight the importance of building savings, developing a spending plan, and reducing debt. Attendees will have access to free one on one coaching for encouragement and support in applying each of the foundations.
8/18/16 6:00 pm
Banking Basics and Money Management
A great course for those with little experi-ence using banks; this course introduces the basics of opening and maintaining checking and savings accounts. The course addresses the hidden traps of check cashing and payday loans as well as introducing participants to the wide range of free websites available to help better manage their finances in order to reach goals.
9/22/16 6:00 pm
Saving Strategies and Debt Reduction
Designed for those who want to start saving, but aren’t sure where to start, this course reviews the dangers of spending all we make and the powerful benefits of “paying yourself first.” The course will also review the true cost of goods purchased with credit and how carrying large amounts of consumer debt endangers financial security.
10/27/16 6:00 pm
How Your Credit History Affects Your Future
Designed for anyone who would like to better understand the many ways their credit score can affect their future and learn strategies to take control of that future today, this course reviews the four main components that impact credit, what creditors look for making credit decisions, finding and correcting errors on a credit report, and strategies to improve credit.
11/17/16 6:00 pm
Power Hour: Spending Planning 101
Spending Planning 101 is an interactive one hour course designed to encourage partici-pants to take control of their money by exam-ining their motivations, habits, and attitudes surrounding their personal finances. The pur-pose of the course is to assist participants in identifying and setting SMART personal finan-cial goals, developing realistic spending plans, and choosing the tracking methods to best suit their family’s lifestyle. The course is fun, inter-active, and informative. Participants should bring or have access to a bank statement or spending trends for at least 30 days as well as a list of income and recurring expenses.
12/15/16 6:00 pm