Financial Capability Education for Your Employees, group, or Members
NeighborWorks can offer Financial Capabilities as one eight-hour class or as a two-part class in four hour sessions is an eight-hour course for a fee to any employer, community group or organization that wants to offer this to their employees, members, or customers Giving them the gift of knowledge and resources they need to make great financial decisions.
What will they learn in the Financial Capabilities Class?
Part 1: Reaching Your Financial Goals
- How to develop– and stick to– a financial plan
- How to reach financial goals
- Wants vs. needs
- Financial crisis management
Part 2: Saving and Investing
- Strategies to reduce spending and increase income
- Identifying savings tools and resources
- The difference between, and importance, of savings and investing
Part 3: All About Credit
- Pros and cons of credit
- How to establish, rebuild, and maintain good credit
- How to protect your credit
Part 4: Your Own Home
- Getting ready to apply for a mortgage
- Determining your price range
- How insurance protects against potential losses
- Tax credits and benefits for childcare, education, and home ownership
When & Where:
We can offer Financial Capabilities Class at our West Rutland offices or at a location of your choice.
The fee is $20 per participant and includes a free one-on-one coaching session once they have completed the class.
Financial Capability Education for Individuals
Would You Like to Take Charge of Your Finances?
Learning the basics on financial management can help you build a strong financial life and can help you plan for your future.
When & Where:
Financial Capability classes for individuals is available online only.
The fee is $75 per participant and includes a free one-on-one coaching session once you have completed the class.
If you are interested in our Financial Capabilities Class, please follow the directions to create an account on NeighborWorks Compass system. To register for class, you only need to set up a username and password.
When creating a profile, you will be asked how much you spend on debt each month, your gross monthly income, your approximate credit score, and how much you have saved.
Creating an account takes just a few minutes once you gather your information. You’ll be better prepared and more informed when you move on to the next step
Have any questions?
Have questions about the process? Feel free to call or contact NeighborWorks of Western Vermont.
When you create a profile on NeighborWorks Compass you will be able to sign up for the Financial Capabilities class and gain access to additional services provided by NeighborWorks of Western Vermont.