Last night we kicked off our first class in the Money Talk: A Financial Course for Women five-week series at Arlington Central Library. We had 34 participants attend the class on Financial Basics, where the instructor covered topics including values and goal setting, budgeting, calculating your net worth, and credit management.
The participants posed many of their questions and concerns during the session, including:
– What is a SMART goal?
– Is there a way I can get my credit score for free?
– How do I correct an error on my credit report?
– I have a year left on my mortgage. If I can swing it, should I pay it off now, or should I make my normal monthly payments and take the tax benefit next year?
Each attendee had the option of purchasing a workbook with helpful resources and worksheets to accompany the course lectures. At the end of the session, one participant remarked that she normally hates talking about financial matters, but this class made the content much more enjoyable.
For more information on this series or other programs, contact Jennifer Abel at email@example.com or 703-228-6417.
Sound like an interesting class. Jennifer, you teach such a diverse range of topics from food to finance!