(BEDFORD) – Purdue Extension – Lawrence County invites you to three free virtual lessons from the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s Your Money Your Goals curriculum. The Your Money Your Goals program helps people meet their financial goals by increasing their knowledge, skills, and resources.
Learn more about growing your savings, catching up on bills, and building credit by attending the “Your Money Your Goals” program provided by Purdue Extension-Lawrence County. This free program will be held virtually and registration can be completed online for one or more sessions.
Register online here. After registering, links to the virtual lessons will be emailed directly to you.
Building Your Savings
September 24, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
Setting aside money each pay check can prepare you for the unexpected and help you achieve your goals. Take small steps to start saving your money to gain better financial control in your life. Lesson Topics: prioritizing and setting savings goals, making an action plan to reach your savings goal, preparing for unexpected expenses, and finding a place to save your money
Behind On Bills
October 1, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
The tools included in this lesson are designed to help you gain financial control over your bills. Taking small steps to improve your financial health can make a lasting impact on your finances. Lesson Topics: creating an action plan, tracking and managing income & spending, prioritizing bills
and expenses, understanding rights and responsibilities when contacted by debt collectors
Want credit to work for you?
October 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
We hear a lot about “good” and “bad” credit, but what does that really mean? This lesson will provide you with tools to better understand the term credit. Lesson Topics: making a plan on how to establish or build credit, responding to identity theft, ordering and reviewing credit reports, learning to dispute credit report errors
Sarah Richer is the Health and Human Sciences Extension Educator at Purdue Extension – Lawrence County. Questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-275-4131.