According to a recent Prudential study on women and financial behavior, only 23 percent of women polled said they felt ‘very knowledgeable’ about financial products and services. Whether it’s personal life, marriage, or kids, there are lies and myths going around our culture when it comes to money. Rachel will explore some of these myths and shine light on the truth about money, especially as it pertains to women:
Myth 1 - Men and women will never be on the same page when it comes to budgeting
Myth 2 - Kids are too young to learn about money
Myth 3 - You can never become debt free
This event is designed for women of all ages, especially older high school, college age and young adult women. Men also welcome. Join us for lunch (included in cost) and get some valuable insight about women and money!
When you think about the basics of spending, saving and giving, it is pretty much just common sense. But common sense isn’t so common in today’s world, and many are doing the opposite.
During her this presentation, Rachel Cruze, speaker and daughter of nationally-known personal finance guru Dave Ramsey, will outline some practical steps to getting your money to behave and taking control of your finances and life. Both men and women are welcome to attend this free presentation, which includes a Q & A session.
The Big Read: A Dollar for Penny Saturday April 27, 2013 10-11 am
Free (all kids 8 and younger will receive a copy of the book) registration is required please call the Outagamie County Extension at (920)832-5123, or sign up on-line at http://outagamie.uwex.edu/the-big-read/