Every Sunday, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sunday, May 17, 2020 (9 weeks)
Planning for the future is hard when you’re still paying for the past! There is a better way! I'd encourage you to join Dan & Susie's Financial Peace University class and discover how to beat debt and make a plan for the future . . . together! Interested? Please consider joining us at CTK-SV starting Sunday, May 17, 2020.
Through Financial Peace class one will gain: education-how to manage money better, encouragement-build momentum with small wins along the way, and empowerment-make financial decisions confidently throughout every aspect of life.
Outline of the Major Topics Covered in the Class:
- Saving - Common sense for your dollars and cents.
- Relating with money - Nerds and free spirits unite!
- Cash flow planning - Nuts and bolts of budgeting.
- Dumping Debt:
- Breaking the chain of debt.
- Credit sharks in suits - Understanding credit bureaus and collection practices.
- Protecting your successes with a fully funded emergency fund.
- Working in your strengths - Careers and extra jobs.
- The pinnacle point - Understanding investments.
- From fruition to tuition - Planning for retirement and college.
- Buyer Beware:
- The power of marketing on your buying decisions.
- That's not good enough - How to buy only big, big bargains.
- Cause and effect - The role of insurance in your financial plan.
- Real estate and mortgages - Keeping the American dream from becoming a nightmare.
- Giving like no one else - Unleashing the power of generous giving.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there a cost to attend?
Yes, the cost is $99 per family.
Do class members need to register for the class?
Every household must officially register for the class. Why? So you can have access to all the knowledge and resources needed to win with money for life—that’s what it’s all about!
Nervous about technology?
Some people may hear alarm bells go off when you say the word “virtual.” That’s okay. Zoom works on any desktop or mobile device or via phone.
Plus, joining a virtual class is easy. Three clicks, and you are in. Here’s the video to show you how. Even if you can’t join by video, you always have the option to call in.
Do I need a laptop to do a virtual class?
No. Any desktop or mobile device with a camera or microphone will work. Even if you don’t have a camera, you can still call in to participate in discussions.
How long should the class meeting last?
Most virtual classes focus entirely on discussion and keep the meeting between 40–60 minutes
Do I need a workbook to participate?
Will the virtual class miss out on the community aspects of a traditional class?
Many virtual coordinators have told us their members actually experience more community in a virtual class. Call it the “digital courage” effect. It feels safer to open up when you’re not face to face with a group, but the virtual meetings still feel like everyone is in the same room.