Rising college tuition costs continue to outpace inflation. This seminar will teach the basics of college financing and how to get the most out of the money available. Learn how to use long-term savings, understand financial aid opportunities and hit the books to fund your college dreams.
RSVP for October
October 26 – Davis Mad City Money
Young Adult Financial Bootcamp
This simulation gives young adults, ages 14–24, a sense of adulthood with income and bills to pay. Each participant is assigned a temporary identity, including occupation, salary, debt, marital status, and children, etc. They visit nine “merchants” in Mad City to choose housing and transportation and purchase necessities and wants. The goal is to simulate the realities of approaching financial responsibilities.
* Registration is full for this event *
This seminar presents valuable tips about moving and settling into a new home, keeping records, communicating with your lender and creditors, making sure your new home is energy efficient to save money, taking advantage of the financial benefits of owning a home, hiring a contractor if you choose to remodel, improving your credit score if you choose to refinance, and more.
RSVP for November
Home Buyer Seminar
Preparation for home ownership begins long before the purchase actually takes places. This seminar covers pre-purchase issues such as budgeting, determining how much house is affordable, saving for a down payment and other costs. You'll learn about credit reports, managing your debt-to-income ratio, the types of home loans available and the mortgage lending process.
Solano RSVP: Nov. 9 Veranda RSVP: Nov. 12
*TAFB affiliated personnel or active military only
It may be called "the most wonderful time of the year" but December can also be filled with unwanted debt with holiday spending. Learn budgeting strategies and tactics to avoid that year-end credit card crunch and sidestep debt traps in the future.
RSVP for TAFB: Nov. 13
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