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This session covers all the financial aspects of starting and running a small business. Topics include: types of legal entity structures, business-related insurance, sources of financing, managing business accounts, bookkeeping, financial statements, paying taxes, and more.
Today’s youth generation is tech-savvy and connected online. However, parents still play an important role in helping them avoid online hazards such as identity theft, privacy and cyber-bullying. This workshop covers important issues including online privacy tips, managing computer settings, smartphone apps, and positive online behavior.
From managing daily expenses to investing for retirement, this session helps participants set personal finance goals, learn the basics of smart money management, and build a solid financial foundation for the future.
A good financial foundation starts with a budget. Learn how to set up a spending plan, identify budget leaks and track spending and saving. You'll also establish short and long-term financial goals and discuss tools available to help you reach them.
With Delta Community’s Online and Mobile services, you can manage your finances whenever you want and from wherever you are. Whether it’s managing and opening accounts, transferring money, using online bill pay or mobile banking, learn how technology can bring convenience and peace of mind to your financial life.
There are multiple factors that impact our consumer behavior and cause us to make money decisions that may not necessarily be in our best interest. By examining the feelings behind the decisions, you can begin the process of making the most productive choices possible. This workshop will help us understand why we buy what we buy and how to make smarter decisions in the future.
We all know it’s important to save money for the future, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. If saving money has proved challenging for you, or you just want to improve on your savings now, we’ll show you how to create the right savings plan, ways to overcome barriers to saving, and the benefits of different types savings accounts.
Make every dollar count in the pursuit of your financial goals. Learn ways to save on the things that impact your finances most, from major expenses like housing and transportation, to daily spending like food and shopping. Participants will receive a worksheet to apply savings strategies to their own personal budget.
Credit can be a useful tool to help you reach your financial goals. However, too much debt can have negative financial and emotional consequences. In this workshop, participants will receive hands-on instruction on how to manage debt, from creating a personalized debt payoff plan to understanding when it’s beneficial to refinance or consolidate.
Repaying student loans may seem overwhelming, especially if you ended up borrowing a lot. Whether you just want to pay your loans off quicker, or you’re having trouble keeping up with payments, this workshop will help you understand the different programs and options that are available, so you can determine the best method for paying back your student loans.