|In these tough economic times, financial education makes sense for everyone.
Education is the key to financial health and well-being. SurePath (CCCS) offers a wide variety of workshops and materials addressing personal money management and the wise use of credit.
Group money management programs can be arranged for people of all ages. We can tailor the program to meet the specific needs of your students, employees, congregation, senior group, or any other organization.
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Financial Workshop Topics
Start Right: Build Your own Business gives the tools you need to start your dream the right way!
Next Steps financial planning is designed for consumers who have finished paying off their debts. It will help guide them in setting short and long term goals, saving for an emergency fund, retirement or college education.
Master Your Money covers a basic approach to wise money management which can help you prevent financial problems before they occur.
Credit 101 is a course designed around teaching credit basics such as how to get and read your credit report, understanding your credit score and how to improve it, as well as tips on rebuilding credit.
Homeownership is an in depth explanation of the home buying process which starts with finding out if you are ready to buy a home, how much of a loan you can afford, what fees are involved in obtaining and loan, escrow and title fee, what documents you will be expected to sign and more.
Foreclosure Prevention can save your American dream. This information is critical in this economic environment and helps you learn about the alternatives to foreclosure including loan modifications, short sales, forbearance and other workout solutions.
Reverse Mortgage may be a way to access the equity in your home during your retirement years. This course details the pros and cons of this innovative home financing and helps you to decide whether it is right for you.
Surviving a Layoff will be a lot less frightening when you are armed with the information in this course. It will give steps to follow to evaluate your current situation and how to make the most of what you have, where you can cut back and how to weather the storm.
When the Paycheck Shrinks it can be nearly as stressful as losing your job. Our workshop will reveal ways to regroup, find ways to save money and reduce your budget to fit your newly reduced income.
Faith & Money will benefit your congregation by translating your religious teachings into practice in everyday financial life.
Holiday Spending can set you back for the whole year. Learn how to budget, make a plan for saving and spending for your holiday gifts and events.
Raising Money Smart Kids is one of the best things you can do as a parent or an educator. Our course shows you how to introduce money principles to your children at a very early age and how to continue to build on those basic principles as they grow.
Teens & Money Management is a course for high school students and it is an overview of the money management skills they will need to survive in life after high school. The course will introduce types of accounts, how to balance a checking account, how interest works, credit and more.
Credit for Life addresses the financial knowledge needs of your college age student. Touching on much of the basics and covering those items specific to their age group such as student loans and financing their first car.