April Is Financial Literacy Month

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The N.C. Cooperative Extension, Nash County Center provides information, workshops, and resources on financial literacy. In honor of financial literacy month, please check out this self-paced two-part series, Smart Money Moves: Creating a Budget.

Smart Money Moves: Creating a Budget- Part 1 is an introductory look at the concept and tips of beginning a personal budget. This session will cover the benefits of budgeting and how to set simple personal financial goals.

Smart Money Moves: Creating a Budget- Part 2, covers some online resources available to create a personal budget and/or a debt elimination plan. These free and easy to use tools can help you:

  • Eliminate debt faster
  • Develop a spending and saving plan
  • Offers free financial calculators, tools and more

More information on our free financial workshops:

Smart Money Moves

Smart Money Moves Info Sheet

Also check out, 10 Warning Signs of Credit Trouble

For more information, or to set-up a free financial literacy workshop for your community, church, or civic group, please contact: Traci Dixon, Community and Rural Development Agent, at traci_dixon@ncsu.edu, or call (252) 459-9810.

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Traci Dixon, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTraci DixonExtension Agent, Community and Rural Development Call Traci Email Traci N.C. Cooperative Extension, Nash County Center
Posted on Apr 4, 2022
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