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The seminar material for Acceso a Dinero a Través de Crédito (Access to Money with Credit) covers how credit unions are different from banks, why credit is important, and the different types of credit.
This member seminar, Pasos Básicos Para el Control de su Dinero (Basic Steps to Managing Your Money), has information to improve Hispanic members' financial management.
This member seminar covers steps to set up a spending plan, track spending, save money, and short- and long-term financial goals.
This member seminar covers how to build a solid credit history, what the Credit CARD Act of 2009 means for you, and tips for using credit wisely.
This member seminar covers who needs to build good credit and why, the significance of the credit report and score, and how to establish credit if you don't have any.
This member seminar helps attendees get their financial records organized. They'll learn what documents to keep, why some record keeping systems fail, how long to keep records, and how to get organized.
This member seminar covers the four Cs necessary for getting a home loan - character, capacity, capital, and collateral; common home buying misconceptions; and affordability, buying power, and spending plans.
This member seminar covers what kind of home do you want and where; how to find the right home; real estate agents, appraisers, inspectors, lenders; the mortgage process
The seminar helps members with settling into a new home, debt management tips, household budgeting and spending plan tips.
This member seminar covers what ID theft is, how crooks get your personal information, when you have to give a Social Security number, and when you don't.
The seminar material for Organice sus Archivos Financieros (Organize Your Financial Records) covers how members can organize their financial records.
This member seminar covers advantages and disadvantages of credit, warning signs you have too much debt, and how to improve your credit report and score.
This member seminar covers the typical financial scam perpetrators, common scams and exploitation, signs of financial exploitation, and where to go for help.
This seminar covers the traits of a successful entrepreneur, components of a successful business plan, types of legal/ownership forms, and the importance of a 30- to 60-second elevator speech.
This seminar covers the benefits and costs of credit, how to evaluate credit card offers, how to get and read your credit report.
This seminar covers how to determine how much you can afford for a car, a car inspection and test-drive checklist, how to negotiate the best car price.
This seminar covers why K-8 children need to learn about money, what motivates children to learn about money management, and how children learn about money.
This seminar covers ways to determine the current and desired financial situation, understand the unique challenges faced by women, explore money values and emotions, and develop checklists and goals.
This member seminar is targeted to women of all ages who want to take control of their personal finances, prepare for life’s uncertainties, and develop a personal action plan.
This seminar focuses on how to organize important papers, tie up estate planning loose ends, and review investment goals and tolerance for risk.