Financial Success rarely happens by accident – or overnight. It takes knowledge, time, and effort. Those who are financially successful – even those with relatively little income – generally have this in common: they’ve identified specific goals and made a plan to reach them over time. Even if you feel overwhelmed right now, you CAN develop a plan to reach your goals. The plan doesn’t have to be sophisticated or complicated. It can be as simple as finding a way to live within your income, pay bills on time, and save a little for your future.
This course provides an opportunity to make a “fresh start” with your finances. Many previous debts will be erased or reduced. Think of the road to financial success as a journey. Your road map is your financial plan. Think of your current situation as a detour, a bump in the road. Every person has a different “starting place” with different ideas about financial destinations. This course will help you think about where you are now, where you want to go, and beginning to take steps to get there.
The course is offered without regard to one’s ability to pay. If your attorney has handled your bankruptcy casepro bono, submit a letter signed by the attorney on his or her stationery via email as a pdf format attachment to Sharon Seiling @email@example.com OR FAX to Sharon Seiling @ 614-688-8133, and we will waive your fee. If your income is below 200% of the Federal poverty threshold, contact Sharon Seiling via a signed and notarized declaration stating the number of members in your family and your household income for the past tax year to get a fee waiver.
Limitación de Responsabilidades: El mencionar una marca registrada, una patente o una empresa comercial ya sea en texto o en figura, no significa el apoyo de Cooperative Extension System y no implica la aprobación para excluir otros productos o firmas adecuados.
- Teacher: Nick Broady
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Janet C. Bechman, Extension
Plan of Work & Accountability Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon DeVaney, Professor Emeritus
Consumer Sciences & Retailing email@example.com
- Teacher: Nick Broady
The Military Families Learning Network Personal Finance course is a self-directed/blended course for Personal Finance Managers working on military installations and Extension Agents. By taking this course they will gain Continuing education credits and knowledge about personal finance topics and issues as they relate to members of the military. Teacher/Contact: Molly Herndon: firstname.lastname@example.org
PFAS-Investing In Your Future is a self-directed course designed for new members of the US military. Participants in this course will develop their competence in investing for the future. For more information contact David Horgan, Ph.D at email@example.com or Carolyn Bird, Ph.D at firstname.lastname@example.org
PFAS-Developing Your Spending Plan is a self-directed course designed for new members of the US military. Participants will learn about the value of establishing financial goals, tracking spending habits, preparing a spending plan, and getting assistance with financial planning
For more information, contact:
Carolyn Bird, Ph.D at email@example.com