Financial Literacy 101: Balancing Your Checkbook & Building a Budget

Not all of us learn the essentials of personal financial management. This is your chance to fill in the blanks so you can get on good financial footing. First, learn how to reconcile your checking account activity from opening balance through to closing balance. Stay on top of your available funds so you avoid overdrafts. Next, find out how to set up your budget, including such items as mortgage/rent, utilities, insurance, and other fixed expenses as well as discretionary spending such as eating out, entertainment, vacation, etc. Your budget can be the key to your taking care of obligations, while guaranteeing you have money for the life perks that you really want. Frank Slater has an undergraduate degree in finance and economics and managed financial areas with one of the top ten companies.? He is currently CEO of an international company. Bring your last two checking account statements with you for hands-on help.

Code:3533C
Dates:January 8, 2020 Check for other dates
Meets:One Wed., 6:30-9PM 01/08
Location:CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec
Fee:$56
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
Notes:$5 materials fee payable in class. Bring your last two checking account statements to class to practice balancing your account.

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