Training Series: "Your Money, Your Goals" Register HERE.
January 5: Introduction to the Your Money, Your Goals / Consumer protection / Submitting a complaint
January 12: Cash flow budgeting / Financial products and services / Planning for life events and large purchases
January 19: Debt log, debt action plan / Student loans / Dealing with debt collectors
January 26: Credit reports and scores / Other consumer reports
***NEW***Hometown Heroes Program***NEW***
The Hometown Heroes program provides down payment and closing cost assistance to more than 50 professions, including teachers, when buying their first home. Eligible homebuyers will be able to receive 5%, or up to $25,000, of their mortgage loan amount. Those interested can begin applying through their lenders on June 1, 2022. Click HERE for more information.
Financial Wellness contributes to your overall wellbeing as it frees you from one of the most important life concerns – MONEY.
What is financial wellness and why is it important?
When you can effectively manage your income and expenses, you're achieving a state of financial wellness. While money isn't guaranteed to make you happy, taking care of your finances can greatly reduce stress and improve your overall health.
Here are some positive impacts financial wellness brings in its wake:
- Stress-free life
- Quality time spent with family members
- Better productivity at work
- Increased attention and focus on the different aspects of life
- Peace of mind
- Financial security for your family even in your absence
Start your path to Financial Wellness by taking advantage of the resources below!