Our seminars are available to the clients and employees of human service agencies in Central Maryland.
We are also available to provide seminars for businesses, and public venues such as the various library branches throughout the area. The seminars teach comprehensive financial management skills in a user friendly and meaningful practical way. Each presentation may last up to two hours and could include handouts, quizzes, and other materials.
We offer a broad range of seminar topics to include but not limited to the following titles:
- Where Did My Money Go – an exploratory course covering budgeting, saving, and ways to increase income and reduce expenses.
- Understanding Credit – includes information on establishing and using credit, as well as understanding credit reports and scores.
- Your Job and Your Money – a practical class on the tools for acquiring a job and the necessary financial skills associated with managing your income.
- Investing Basics – a primer on the jargon of investing and the many alternatives to consider.
- Planning for Retirement – it’s not just about money but many other considerations as well.
- Preparing for Tax Time – a practical discussion centering around deductions and credits to include the EITC, and implications of the Affordable Care Act.
- Financial Forum – a lively and engaging Q&A about the financial issues you most want to discuss.
In addition we offer other topics inviting guest speakers to address such topics as :
- Affording College – grants, scholarships, and the FAFSA are discussed.
- Housing – affordability, tenant rights, and other issues are explored.
- Identity Theft and Financial Fraud – timely information and ways to prevent being a victim.
To schedule a seminar for your organization, call 410-313-0239 or email email@example.com.
Upcoming Seminars and Other Events
- June 1, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Parents and Teens are invited to join MakingChange for a lively and informative exchange of ideas regarding a wide variety of money management tools. Everyone talks about college being so expensive, yet tuition is not the only place money is spent. When children turn 18, they become legal adults and start their financial future. Continue Reading