Extension class to help women gain confidence in money management
A Women’s Financial Education Series to be offered this fall is designed to help individuals, especially women, increase their financial knowledge, develop confidence in their decision-making ability, and gain control of their lives through informed money management.
This five-session series will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. Thursdays, September 26 through October 24, at the Women’s Support and Community Services Building, 2165 Hampton, St. Louis, Mo.
The sessions will focus on goal setting, financial management, credit, insurance, investments and estate planning. Each participant will receive "Financial Fitness for Life," by Jerry Mason; a workbook; and other resources.
This financial program is sponsored by University of Missouri Extension, the Older Women’s League (OWL), St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, and other local coalition members.
The registration deadline is September 20. For information, contact Suzanne Zemelman, (636) 970-3000, email ZemelmanS@missouri.edu, or visit the Web (http://outreach.missouri.edu/ecregion/wfes.htm).
Suzanne Zemelman, MS, JD
Consumer & Family Economics Specialist