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Personal Debt and Finance Series: Strategies

January 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Want to maximize your income? Need a budget system? Want to shake up and shake out your existing budget system? Join us for the second course in our Personal Finance series. This workshop will show you how to look at your income in a new way, and help you to develop strategies for maximizing your money and financial planning.

During this workshop you will learn what you should be including in your budget, how insurance plays a role, and how to identify patterns that might be holding you back from your goals.

Money topics covered:

  • Income and how to maximize it
  • Insurance
  • How to do a budget for first time
  • What needs to be in your budget?
  • Irregular incomes
  • Behavior and budget busters
  • How to deal with problem debts and the IRS

**Registration is required prior to the workshop in order to receive the Zoom link to join us. This workshop is an online event. Workshops are held in Eastern Standard Time.

Register now!

Last workshop in this series:

3. Personal Debt and Finance Series: Your Future

About the Instructor: 

Jennifer Strimbeck: started my debt-free journey like many of you. I had done a fair amount of things with money that I explained away with one circumstance or another. The truth was I was not willing to see that, I was the problem, that every day I had choices I had to make to either help or hurt my family and the goals we had to win.

I had tried several things in the past to dig out of the hole I was in. I used debt consolidation only to go back to the cards I had “paid off”. I had gone to the websites to find coupons and fill out surveys to try to pinch the pennies. All the while I was missing the big picture. I was not paying attention to where my money was going instead, I was chasing more money coming in and not paying attention to where it was slipping away from me.

At the start of my journey, I had $78,559.54 in consumer debt plus my mortgage. In my past, I had used common methods for reducing debt that most think are smart money decisions. I had used debt consolidation before and ended up reusing the cards I had “paid off” and got myself in more of a pickle. Feeling overwhelmed and not knowing where to turn, I had to find a new path. I finally got to a breaking point and found another program. I found a plan and worked my way out of the debt my family was in. Now I take that passion to help others find their way out of their struggles. In 2016, I started teaching others the program that I followed that helped me to pay off my debts in 18 short months. At the start of 2018, I became certified as a Ramsey Preferred Coach.

Giving others the peace of financial freedom and giving others the capability to give themselves a better tomorrow is my goal.

Details

Date:
January 13
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Organizer

Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship
Phone:
(603) 352-5063
Email:
programs@hannahgrimes.com
Website:
www.hannahgrimes.com

Venue

Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship
25 Roxbury Street
Keene, NH 03431 United States
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