“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Benjamin Franklin

Upcoming Training and Events

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Budgeting – Part 1October 13thOnline (6:30 pm – 7:30 pm CST)
Budgeting – Part 2October 20thOnline (6:30 pm – 7:30 pm CST)
Credit ReportsOctober 27thOnline (6:30 pm – 7:30 pm CST)
CJV CelebrationDecember 5thTBDComing Soon!

*Please note that future dates may change.

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Upcoming Training

Topic

Date

Location/Time

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Budgeting: Paying Off DebtOctober 12, 2020Online (7:00 pm – 8:00 pm EST)
Budgeting: I Am Overbudget – Now What?November 16, 2020Online (7:00 pm – 8:00 pm EST)
Credit ReportsDecember 14, 2020Online (7:00 pm – 8:00 pm EST)

Resources and Training Information

Cups, Jars, Vessels (CJV) volunteers are committed to helping you improve your financial outlook. You will walk away with access to training material – for FREE. As you learn information in our sessions, we will also provide you with access to e-learning curriculum which will allow you to move at your own pace. You will also have an advantage to reviewing lessons before the next training session.

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What You Will Learn:

CJV Talks Money
You will identify and recognize factors in your life that have impact on your motivation around finances and your desire to pick up financial knowledge.

  • Where did you learn about money?
  • Money and Emotions
  • Dreams and Goals
  • Changing your Financial Behavior

Spending and Budgeting (Click here for budgeting template)
You will develop an understanding about wants vs. needs; how to live within your means; identifying spending leaks; and learn the budgeting process.

  • Spending
  • Can I afford that?
  •  Learning to Budget

Credit, Loans & Debt
You will learn about finance charges; different forms of debt that can offer benefits and/or consequences; and how to pay off debt.

  • Good vs. Bad Debt
  • How to pay off debt?
  • Consequences of default on Student Loans

Account and Risk Management
You will learn how to identify risk; purchasing insurance; and banking basics.

  • Insurance – which policy do I need?
  • Taxes
  • Debit and Credit Cards

Retirement and Investing

  • Retirement Goals
  • Investment Options