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Free educational webinars

Online financial seminars, open to the public

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All webinars are free and open to the public. View or register today!


Managing Money and Credit to Create Savings

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Creating a savings plan takes dedication and smart money management. In this free webinar, you'll learn how to set priorities, establish a spending plan, improve your credit history, and create a lasting savings habit.

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Understanding Military Benefits

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Military service members are entitled to a variety of key benefits when their service comes to an end. What are these benefits and how do you access them? This brief educational webinar covers some of the most important resources for military families, with tips and instructions on how to apply for your benefits.

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Maximizing Your Economic Impact Payment

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If you're expecting an economic impact payment (otherwise known as a stimulus check), you've likely been wondering what's the best way to utilize those funds to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. In this free webinar, we'll discuss the best money-smart ways to leverage these funds while avoiding commons scams.

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When Income Decreases, But the Bills Don't

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If you find yourself cut off from income, even if only temporarily, it can have a massive impact on your finances. It's a difficult experience, but there are steps you can take to make the most of what's available and limit the damage, setting you up for a faster recovery down the road.

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Put Your Debt on a Diet

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Committing to a healthier financial lifestyle takes discipline and hard work, but is very rewarding. Through this workshop, participants will learn how to cut spending and pay down debt quickly so that they can achieve greater financial stability and long-term success.

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Let's Talk: Couples and Money

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Learning how to make joint financial decisions is an important part of a successful relationship. This session explores how to approach difficult money conversations with your partner, reach mutually agreeable conclusions, and make money matters a family affair.

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Building Savings: Ready for the Road Ahead

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Without savings to cushion the blow, an unexpected expense can wreak havoc on a budget. This course will motivate participants to save and give them the tools they need to create and grow an emergency savings account, as well as develop a plan to meet their personal financial goals.

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