Financial Literacy

As important as having a steady income is, knowing how to balance your money is just as important.

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.

Topics include

  • 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

Classes are every Tuesday, from 2:00 pm. on our YouTube channel.

For more information, email – jobassistance@ccharities.com or call (816) 398-6894.

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