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2021 Webinar Schedule is Coming Soon!

We have no more webinars scheduled for the remainder of 2020, but we invite you to view our previous webinars now.

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View recorded versions of our previous webinars.

For the best viewing experience, click Settings (gear icon) in the lower right hand corner of the video screen. Then set the video quality to 1080p for high definition (HD) viewing. This will display the video with crisp, clear images.

 


Budgets Don’t Work. Conscious Spending Does.

Let’s face it. Budgets don’t work. What if you could make sure that you were covering the essentials and saving enough money each month, and could spend the rest of your money on whatever you want, guilt-free? This free webinar will help you learn how to prioritize what’s important to you and live your life without financial guilt.

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College Planning 101: How to Prepare, Pay & Stay in College.

College is expensive.  Are you ready?

Designed to give practical advice for parents and high school students, College Planning 101 provides tips for preparing, researching, and applying for college, as well as how to navigate the admissions process and how to cover college costs.

 


Fear No More. Tackle Your Debt.

Statistically speaking, being in debt is “normal,” but the stress of having too much debt can really take a toll on your mental health. The good news is that it is almost always manageable. Living a debt-free life is something anyone can do with hard work and commitment.

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