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February 2019 –

February seminar topic

Tax Reform Personal Filing Updates

2018 saw the largest overhaul of the U.S. tax code in decades, affecting the way millions of Americans will file in the coming years. This seminar provides basic information for filing your personal tax return, along with details on updates that may impact you. NOTE: This seminar has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, nor should be relied on for tax or legal advice.

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Cash for College 2-23-2019 seminar topic

Cash for College: Napa February 23, 2019

There will be open computer labs staffed by trained financial aid professionals to assist students and parents in completing and submitting the 2019-2020 FAFSA or CA Dream Act Applications online. This event will also include: FAFSA Presentation: English & Spanish; CA Dream Act Application Presentation in Spanish; CHAFEE Grant - Foster Youth Information; Scholarship Workshop; Veterans' Assistance. Light refreshments will be provided.

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TAFB homebuyer seminar topic

TAFB Home Buyer Seminar: February 26, 2019

*TAFB affiliated personnel or active military only
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.

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March 2019 –

March 2019 seminar topic

Psychology of Spending

Psychologists have found that there are several forces that govern our consumer behavior and cause us to make decisions that are not necessarily rational or in our best interest. However, understanding why we buy what we buy can help us make better decisions in the future.

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Woodland homebuyer seminar topic

Woodland Home Buyer Seminar: March 16, 2019

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.

RSVP for Woodland March 16


April 2019 –

April 2019 seminar topic

Building Budgets

Design a financial blueprint for controlling your monthly expenditures. Set realistic goals, identify spending leaks, live within your means, stay motivated, and never lose sight of your ultimate financial goals.

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Seminario en Español:  martes, 16 de abril de 2019

Finanzas para las Nuevas Familias: 16 de abril de 2019

Incorporar un miembro a su familia, sea su cónyuge o un hijo, probablemente será uno de los momentos más llenos de alegría y emoción en su vida. También inicia un período muy importante, ya que las acciones que realice entonces sentarán en gran medida las bases para el futuro de su familia. Mediante el análisis de su situación financiera y el establecimiento de un plan para alcanzar las metas de su familia, creará una perspectiva más segura y llegará a dónde quiere ir más rápido. La información que se presenta aquí está diseñada para proporcionarle los recursos que necesita para tomar decisiones inteligentes y mantenerse en el camino correcto de cara al futuro.

Español: 16 de abril


TAFB April 17, 2019 seminar topic

TAFB All About Credit: April 17, 2019

*TAFB affiliated personnel or active military only
How do people make themselves vulnerable to identity theft? This presentation helps you understand how to protect your Social Security number from fraud, become skilled at spotting phishing attacks on your email inbox, learn how to shop safely online, and what to do if you become a victim of fraud.

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Finances for New Families April 18, 2019 seminar topic

Finances for New Families: April 18, 2019

Getting married. Having kids. These are natural progressions in life for many, presenting new financial situations with decisions to be made, both immediately and for the long term. This session will help you discover, prioritize, and design a workable plan for your family’s goals and lifestyle.

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May 2019 –

May 2019 seminar topic

ID Theft Prevention and Protection

How do people make themselves vulnerable to identity theft? This presentation helps you understand how to protect your Social Security number from fraud, become skilled at spotting phishing attacks on your email inbox, learn how to shop safely online, and what to do if you become a victim of fraud.

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Mad City Money –

Mad City Money for Young Adults

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.

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August 2019 –

August 2019 seminar topic

All About Credit

How do people make themselves vulnerable to identity theft? This presentation helps you understand how to protect your Social Security number from fraud, become skilled at spotting phishing attacks on your email inbox, learn how to shop safely online, and what to do if you become a victim of fraud.

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September 2019 –

September 2019 seminar topic

Auto Buying and Financing

This seminar explains how to determine what you can afford, deal with dealers, negotiate the best car price, benefit from buying used, decipher financing options and warranties, and find help if you have warranty problems.

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October 2019 –

October 2019 seminar topic

Keys to College Financing

Rising college tuition costs continue to outpace inflation. Through a combination of long-term savings and an understanding of financial aid opportunities, you will learn how to make continuing education for your children or yourself a reality.

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November 2019 –

November 2019 seminar topic

Life as a Homeowner

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.

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Holiday Closures

Presidents Day:
Monday, February 18, 2019

Memorial Day:
Monday, May 27, 2019

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