Times are tough, making financial workouts more important than ever.
Seven part financial fitness series for adults of all ages and life stages. Register for as many sessions as you would like. Materials will be sent by email prior to each session.
Thursdays, 7:00-7:30 PM Live, Interactive, On-Line
March 11 – Stretch! Setting Financial Goals. Financial goals can be any size. The best way to meet goals is to set clear objectives for yourself. Let’s get started with goal strategies!
March 18 – Get Fit! Making a Spending Plan. Identify information needed to create a spending plan, list ways to track spending, and identify ways to prepare a spending plan when times are tough.
March 25 – Step it Up! Behind on bills? Start with one step. Create an action plan, track and manage income and spending, prioritize bills and expenses, and understand rights and responsibilities when contacted by debt collectors.
April 1 – The Long Haul! Paying for College and Technical School. Considering education for yourself or your child? Plan carefully for financially savvy options.
April 8 – Build Endurance! Building your savings? Start with Small Goals. Prioritize and set savings goals, prepare for unexpected expenses, find a place for savings, and make the most of a tax refund.
April 15– Flex! Debt getting in Your Way? Get a Handle on It! Get a full picture of existing debt, prioritize debts, set repayment goals, and plan how to avoid additional debt.
April 22 – Monitor! Understanding Credit Reports. Your credit report is a record of your past borrowing including information about late payments and bankruptcy. Therefore, it is important that you understand how to access your credit report, understand the sections, and what goes into calculating your credit score.