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Do you want to fine tune your spending, reduce your debt or save more money? This seminar teaches principles, practices and skills of good money management that will make your financial life easier and help you reach your goals. Come and learn how to create your personalized spending plan.
Part one of our First Time Homebuyer course is designed to help you become a more informed homebuyer. Topics include: How to prepare your credit, maintain a budget, and how to apply for a mortgage.
Part two of our First Time Homebuyer course covers helpful information such as: presenting your offer, the appraisal process, getting an inspection, and a timeline of events from offer to closing.
This seminar will help you gain a clearer understanding of your Voluntary Investment Plan (VIP) choices. We'll outline the risk/return profile of each investment option and explore the basic nature of the investment choices and sample portfolios. We’ll cover diversifying your portfolio, investment concerns, a retirement timeline, tax implications, and estate planning.
Credit has a powerful impact on our lives! It affects our ability to rent an apartment, get a job, attain car insurance, and even purchase a home. This informative presentation teaches participants about credit reports and credit scores, the benefits of having good credit, and ten keys to effective credit building.
Learn how to use free credit reports to learn what's behind your credit rating, how to correct misinformation, and prevent fraud and identity theft.
You'll learn the "new" risks to retirement income, the new realities of the 21st century requires you to think and prepare differently for what could be a 30-year retirement and critical strategies to help ensure you won't outlive your assets.
Do you want to be free of oppressive debt? Start on the path of financial freedom and learn how to prioritize your debts, establish a payment plan; identify spending issues and behavior change. These ten tips can help you manage the debt and pay it off.
Our classroom presentations answer money questions for different ages and are taught by professional financial educators.