Imagine you could instantly create a better way to manage your finances in 2020.
Think of how much more freedom you’d have to spend on what you really want.
Perhaps you’d improve your credit score to buy a car, pay off high interest loans, or finally buy a home of your own.
There’s only one problem.
It may seem impossible to take control of your finances if you’re stuck in a payday loan cycle, or constantly overdrawing your account with mounting bank fees and charges. A cycle of poverty can be frustrating and make goals seem impossible to reach. It might be easier if you knew where to turn for expert advice, or had tools to help you get on the right path.
Fortunately, there’s help available, and its free.
Saturday, February 29, 2020
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Marion-Franklin High School
1265 Koebel Road, Columbus, OH 43207
With the Money Management Workshop, you can create a plan with tools to achieve your financial goals faster.
During our Money Management workshop, you’ll learn about:
- creating a plan for success
- getting out of debt
- credit repair
You’ll access all the right tools to succeed and reach your goals. Minus the frustration.
“We’ve partnered with OSU Extension to bring money management and rent smart workshops to the Marion-Franklin area. We’re excited to help more residents achieve their financial goals in 2020.” — Lori Fisher, Southside Hope CDC
So maybe even after reading this, you’re still on the fence.
You could ignore this invitation and continue…
… feeling defeated before you even start
… not knowing what to do
… worrying you’ll never get there
… settling for just imagining you’re out of a cycle of poverty
Or, for FREE, you could sign up for the money management workshop and…
Reach your financial goals in 2020!
But, DON’T DELAY!
If you’re ready to create a path to reach your financial goals in 2020, you’ll want to sign up to attend our workshop now.
Because space is limited, we can only offer a limited number of invitations.
Register for Money Management Today
Reserve your seat today before the workshop is full!