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Financial Education Programs and Events

Conferences and Webinars:

Asset Builders

Money Conferences (Fox Cities, Madison, Milwaukee, Racine/Kenosha, and Wausau) and other regional events that provide affordable, high-quality, and unbiased financial education for low and moderate income youth and adults.

GreenPath

Webinars on topics such as, Protect Your Identity, Keys to First Time Home Buying, Whatís On Your Credit Report, 10 Ways to Save,12 Money Mistakes You Canít Afford, Understanding Reverse Mortgages

Creative Wealth for Women

Workshops and financial coaching programs designed with women
               in mind.

Wi$e Up Women Teleconferences

Bimonthly teleconferences or webinars on topics covered in the Wi$eUp curriculum. Each teleconference includes a presentation, followed by a question and answer session. Recordings and transcripts for each teleconference are available for download.

Encouraging the Use of Retirement Savings Contribution Credit through VITA Sites

Webinar from the Center for Financial Security that provides information about Saverís Credit, which provides a non-refundable tax credit of 10%, 20%, or 50% of contributions up to $1,000 to a qualified retirement savings account.

Money Talks

Money Talk is a five-week course for women of all ages. It will help you learn to take charge of your money. Money Talk is offered as an online or face-to-face course. Registration is $75 and includes a 190-page Money Talk workbook. 

 

 

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