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REAP Financial Education Classes are specifically designed for women. The curriculum is a series of four classes that cover many important topics that affect women’s lives. Women will set financial goals, learn creative ways to increase their income, decrease debts, create a cost of living plan, and better understand their credit file and how it impacts their ability to meet their basic needs. Women will be provided with information on our IDA asset building program that can assist them in reaching their financial goals by matching their savings at a rate of 2:1. The classes are fun and interactive and we invite women in the community to attend.

Section 3 is an introduction to credit. Participants will learn the different types of credit, how to understand your credit score, how to build and repair credit, how to contact creditors, and what types of credit cards may work for them.

The Holiday season is just around the corner.  Attend this class to learn about the importance of creating and following a budget for your holiday shopping and gatherings.

Learn some holiday season tips and tricks to setting limits, reducing expenses, and avoiding overspending/ misspending on Black Friday and other holiday season “deals”!

REAP Financial Education Classes are specifically designed for women. The curriculum is a series of four classes that cover many important topics that affect women’s lives. Women will set financial goals, learn creative ways to increase their income, decrease debts, create a cost of living plan, and better understand their credit file and how it impacts their ability to meet their basic needs. Women will be provided with information on our IDA asset building program that can assist them in reaching their financial goals by matching their savings at a rate of 2:1. The classes are fun and interactive and we invite women in the community to attend.

By the end of section 4, participants will understand the different types of financial institutions as well as what types of investment strategies may work for them.

Wed Nov 1 3

Loan To Own

Presented by BMO Harris Bank. Learn the basics about installment loans, including car loans and home equity loans. Adults. Registration Recommended.

Wed Nov 1 3

Borrowing Basics

Presented by BMO Harris Bank. Learn how credit works and determine if you are ready to apply for credit. Adults. Registration Recommended.

Presented by BMO Harris Bank. Learn how to prevent elder financial exploitation and encourage advance planning and informed financial decision making. Adults. Registration Recommended.

Tue Nov 1 9

Estate Planning

Learn how to create a plan to distribute your assets and the various tools of estate planning: powers of attorney, wills, joint accounts, gifting, and trusts. Adults. Registration recommended.

Tue Nov 1 9

Taxes & the IRS

The Foundation for Financial Education discusses where our taxes go, tax-free savings, tax-deferral vs. tax-deductible and why you shouldn’t wait to get your refund. Adults. Registration recommended.

Tue Nov 1 9

Financial Recovery

Presented by BMO Harris Bank. Learn steps to recover financially and rebuild credit after experiencing a financial setback. Adults. Registration Recommended.

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