Financial Well-being & Capability Series 2
October 5 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
8 Week Course
Supporting Women to learn about managing finances in a way that is encouraging and non-judgmental to help you reach your goals and gain financial independence.
- For women, financial independence isn’t just a matter of strength; it’s a matter of necessity.
- Longevity plus wage and opportunity inequality mean women need to work harder, save more and be in charge of their finances.
- From retirement to investing to financial management, there are steps women—and everyone—can take to better control their financial lives.
Take charge of your finances—take charge of your life
Statistically we live longer than men and earn less. According to a 2018 Bureau of Labor Statistics report median weekly earnings for full-time salaried women are just 81 percent of what men earn. On top of that, we’re often faced with discrimination in terms of wages and advancement opportunities. All of which means we have to work harder, save more, and be our own advocates.
The price of this course is a ONE-TIME ONLY fee.
If you can only pay in cash then you may pay at reception.