Basic Money Management class

Basic Money Management class to be held October 29. The cost is $10 but scholarship funds are available for individuals who are referred by a local non-profit agency.

Link to Class Flyer

This program includes information on determining needs and wants; recordkeeping; developing and managing a budget; and cost saving tips. These classes are part of OSU Extension's Money Count$ program.

Upcoming Classes:

October 29

  • 5:30-7 pm at Ohio State University Extension Hancock Co., 7868 CR 140 Suite B, Findlay

Note - the previously scheduled November 20th classes have been cancelled due to the departure of Hancock Saves Program Coordinator Amy Carles.

Pre-registration is requested in order that class materials can be prepared in advance.

Registration fee of $10 is payable at the door.  Link to scholarship information & application.

Thanks to the support of Hancock County Coordinating Council we have had 50 scholarships available for individuals who are referred by local non-profit agencies. Call OSU Extension Hancock County at 419-422-3851 for details.

 

 

 
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