Financial Wellness Workshops2019-01-22T16:30:51+00:00

FINANCIAL WELLNESS WORKSHOPS

Spring 2019

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Each workshop lasts about 60 minutes.

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About Financial Wellness Workshops

2019 Spring Financial Wellness Workshops are held on Wednesdays beginning April 24 at:
1415 N. Broad Street, Suite 223

April 24 & 30
May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
June 5, 12, 19

Financial Wellness Workshops hosted by Campaign for Working Families were created by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as part of the Your Money Your Goals program. The goal of these workshops is to help families and individuals gain knowledge and confidence in understanding their financial future and get on the road to financial wellness.


Behind in your Bills?

Presenting 8 simple tools for you to engage with online support and tutorials, includes:

  1. Income Tracker: Where Does My Money Come From?
  2. Spending Tracker: Where does my money go?
  3. Bill Calendar: What are my bills and when are they due?
  4. Goal Setting: What is the one thing I want to change?
  5. Short-term Strategies: How can I get extra money out of my situation?
  6. Prioritizing Bills: How do I make tough decision in tough months?
  7. Dealing with Debt Collectors: How do I respond to a debt collector
  8. Resource Cards:  Who else can I turn to for help

Debt Getting in your Way?

Presenting 8 simple tools for you to engage with online support and tutorials, includes:

  1. Debt Log: What debts do I owe?
  2. Credit Report: How do I check my credit report?
  3. Student Loan Checklist: How do I deal with my student loans?
  4. Debt Action Plan: What can I do to reach my Goals?
  5. Seasonal Snapshot: How do my expenses change during the year?
  6. Prioritizing Debt Repayments: Which debts do I prioritize in tight months?
  7. Dealing with Debt Collectors: How do I respond to a debt collector?
  8. Resource Cards: Who else can I turn to for help?

Additional topics covered at each workshop may include:

  • Credit cards
  • FICO scores
  • Identity Theft and Fraud
  • How banks and loans operate

Questions or problems registering?

Call (215) 454.6483