According to the National Financial Educators Council, only 54% of Americans possess the basic knowledge necessary to make qualified financial decisions.
The good news is you don’t need to be a financial planner to make the most of your money.
Our Financial Literacy classes teach you how to manage money and stay on track.
- Money – Where does it come from? Where does it go?
- Debt management – setting goals, short-term and long-term strategies
- Budgeting – planning for both known and surprise bills
- Decision-making: how to make tough choices in tight months
- Responding to debt collectors
- Credit building & repair
One smile can begin a friendship; One hand can lift a soul; One candle can wipe out darkness; One laugh can conquer gloom; One hope can raise your spirits; One life can make the difference, BE THAT ONE TODAY. Dear Mom, We know sometimes the road is hard. We know your...
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Through this new program, at-risk families may be able to find not just help, but also hope.” –Donors Peter and Veronica Mallouk
This year has certainly been full of surprises and challenges for parents. Whether...