JEVS Career Strategies and Career Solutions for 55+ are partnering with Citizens Bank to address the financial issues people are facing during these challenging times. This virtual 2021 Financial Webinar series will include six topics to choose from. Each webinar will be hosted by trained Community Ambassadors from Citizens Bank. The webinars are free to virtually attend. Below are links to register.
On January 12, JEVS Career Solutions for 55+ will kick off the series with Protecting Your Identity and Other Assets. Viewers will learn to reduce the risk of elder financial exploitation and identity theft. Career Solutions for 55+ will also introduce January 19’s webinar, Disasters: Financial Preparation and Recovery. Here you will learn how to prepare for financial disasters or unexpected loss of ability to manage your finances. While these two webinars are catered for 55+’s audience, all are welcome to learn from Citizens Bank’s trained experts.
The next four webinars have been hand selected by JEVS Career Strategies. Program director Peggy Truitt will introduce the following topics, Disaster Preparedness and Recovery on January 14, Your Income and Expenses on January 21, Importance of a Credit Score on January 28, and Is Owning a Business a Right Fit on February 4.
Career Strategies and Citizens Bank will teach you how to financially prepare for, and recover from, financial disasters in Disaster Preparedness and Recovery. Your Income and Expenses will highlight the benefits of tracking and understanding money coming and going. Next, you can learn all about credit reports and scores, building productive credit histories, and repairing and improving credit in Importance of a Credit Score. Finally, the last webinar, Is Owning a Business a Right Fit, will examine what it takes to own and operate a business.
There is no better time to learn financial skills that can shape your future. This series is a great step to take whether you are just starting out or want to expand your financial literacy.
Financial education fosters financial stability for individuals, families and entire communities. The more people know about credit and banking services, the more likely they are to increase savings, buy homes, and improve their financial health and well-being.