“Hands-on Banking” is a course that will teach you about the beginning process of how to save your money, banking, credit and debt cards usage.
Achieving your financial goals is possible! Join us to learn about establishing or increasing your credit score, creating a budget, how to read a credit report and what can be done to correct errors that may negatively affect your credit rating. Led by HOPE Financial Wellbeing Coach Veronica Robles, the workshop will also cover your […]
Experience a family’s journey to become debt free and in control of their finances. Learn their practical money-management secrets, including how to pay off debts, how to track spending, live by a budget, increase net worth, manage investments, use electronic banking, and more. Discover how to transform your financial future and make financial wellbeing a reality […]
You see a smoker puffing away on a cigarette and think “Don’t they know smoking will kill them?” Then you see a person who is overweight and wonder whether they realize that eating less and exercising more would help them lose weight. Here’s a clue: they know. There are more factors involved, including psychological factors, […]
Learn what documents you need to open a bank account if you are not a citizen. Plan for your future by saving money on check cashing fees and building a banking relationship for future investments like purchasing a car or home. Entire class will be taught in Spanish.
Barbara O’Neill, CEO of Money Talk, will share practical action steps for how to develop healthy and wealthy living. Explore the connections between financial fitness and mental and physical health. Discover ways to become – and stay – financially fit throughout your life.
Free empowerment courses for parents. Parents can expect to receive information on the value of credit, budgeting, money management for family (self, kids, teens, etc.).
Preparing for disasters is part of financial management and financial health Learn steps on how to prepare financially from disasters Learn steps on how to recover financially from disasters