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Financial Education Courses and Seminars

Empower yourself to make wise financial choices for you and your family.

In-person financial workshops

At Money Management International (MMI), we believe that financial education, including budgeting, saving and credit education, can truly improve lives. And it goes beyond simply understanding how to create a budget.

The path to nearly every “big picture” goal begins with smart money management. The ability to comfortably and confidently handle money reduces stress and helps prevent financial anxiety from distracting you from your personal and professional responsibilities.

We offer in-person financial workshops in select locations across the country. Our passionate and experienced educators provide hands-on instruction on budgeting, homeownership, identity theft, credit usage, family finances and so much more.

Check out our schedule and register today!

Webinars

No workshops currently scheduled for your area? No problem! Our interactive webinars bring the experience of a financial workshop directly into your home.

Trained educators conduct live, online seminars on a wide range of important financial topics, such as building a budget, using credit wisely, reducing debt, setting goals, buying a home, and more!

Check out our schedule of upcoming webinars and register today!

Homebuyer Education

Are you ready to buy the house of your dreams? MMI is proud to offer Pre-Purchase Housing Education to all consumers at any stage in the home buying process.

Our education workshops will help you understand the home buying process and provide information to assist you in making important decisions for financing your home.

Upon completion of the 8 hour homebuyer workshop, you will be issued a certificate of participation. If you choose to proceed with the loan process, your lender may require this certificate.

There are two ways to participate in homebuyer education. We offer in-person workshops in select locations:

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We also offer an online option, which is available 24/7:

Register for an online homebuyer education course

Contact Us

Interested in bringing custom workshops or webinars to your organization? For more information and a pricing quote submit an request and we'll get back to you shortly!

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