Financial 15 Series 1 & 2 (On-Demand Webinars Available Now)
ALL DAY on Friday, May 01 2020
To help you during this time of uncertainty, Delta Community Credit Union is bringing you the Financial :15—a three-part series of 15-minute virtual workshops to help you navigate your finances through these challenging times. These short, on-demand workshops can be accessed at the time of your choosing in the order that is best for you. The first eight workshops are available now and include the following topics:
Rebuilding After a Financial Crisis
There are many things in life that can derail even the best money management plans, such as unexpected job loss or illness. This session covers steps you can take to rebuild.
Identity Theft Solutions
Learn preventive measures you can take to minimize damage in the event that your personal information is compromised. We'll review the basics of identity theft, including how to prevent it, common practices of identity thieves and how to recover if it happens to you.
Psychology of Spending
Have you ever bought something you wanted at the expense of something you need? Learn the forces that govern our consumer behavior and cause us to make decisions that are not necessarily rational or in our best interest.
10 Steps to Financial Success
Learn how to take control of your finances by making the adjustments you need to make your money work for you. This workshop covers a wide range of financial topics, from budgeting and saving to planning for the future.
Getting the Most from Your Budget
A good financial foundation starts with a budget. Learn how to set up a spending plan, ways to cut expenses, and track spending and savings. You’ll also understand how to establish short and long-term financial goals and discuss tools available to help you reach them.
Using Credit Wisely
Proper use of credit can help you achieve your goals and help you avoid financial pitfalls. Viewers will learn what makes up a credit report and how to maintain good credit history.
Preparing Teens for Financial Independence
This session will provide teens with financial tools to help prepare for their future, from basic money management to learning how to use credit wisely.
Protecting Aging Adults from Financial Abuse
Uncover ways to protect yourself or your loved ones from financial abuse as you age. Learn how scams, fraud and exploitation cause financial loss for older adults, how to identify red flags, measures to protect assets and how to report incidents.