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2022 Financial Webinar Series

Navigating the New Normal

January 5, 2022

People are facing unprecedented financial challenges as a result of the pandemic. This webinar covers your options for working with loan servicers, landlords, and credit card companies to address challenges you may be facing due to unemployment or reduced income, and get tips on how to maintain stability in the face of so much economic uncertainty.


Turning Hobbies & Interests Into Income Streams

January 12, 2022

The world has slowed down and the majority of us are spending more time at home but that doesn't mean we have to be stagnate. With a new stay-at-home economy being born, now is the time to turn that hobby of yours into another stream of income! Learn how to make money on the things that interest you the most.


Saving Money During a Crisis

January 19, 2022

With nearly 80% of Americans living paycheck to paycheck and unemployment numbers continuing to grow, more people are looking for smarter ways to manage their finances. This webinar walks through the importance of a budget and essential vs. non-essential spending. We also will discuss 13 things you can stop paying for right now to help you save during this crisis.   


Coping with Financial Stress & Your Health

January 26, 2022

Study after study has shown that financial problems cause physical problems and without our physical health in tact we can't begin to recover financially. Learn how to recover from a financial panic attack– and how to avoid the next one.



Keeping You in the Know

  • Emergency Funds
  • 50/30/20 Rule
  • Meet Your 401(k)

Emergency Funds

3 Min Read

One of the most effective tools for preventing a large-scale financial disaster is an emergency fund…

Learn about Emergency Funds

50/30/20 Rule

7 Min Read

The 50/30/20 rule is a simple, practical rule of thumb for individuals who want a budget that is easy, yet effective, to implement…

How to Set Your New Budget

Meet Your 401(k)

3 Min Read

Even if you’re just starting your first real job—actually, especially if you’re just starting your first real job—it’s time to start thinking about retiring…

How to Plan for Retirement