No Expense Personal Finance Seminar And Dinner In Harlem

September 16, 2016
harlem-biz-workshopDo you need help balancing your budget or decreasing your debt? Sign up for FREE personal finance seminars designed to help families, young adults, new grads, retirees and prospective retirees, and those who may be struggling with debt or simply seeking to improve their money management skills.
Topics include:

  • Financial goal setting and budgeting;
  • Credit and debt management;
  • Financial planning for studies/careers/housing;
  • Investing basics;
  • Financial planning for later years. 

Taught by Anthea Perkinson, President-Elect of the Financial Planning Association of New York and former Chair of the chapter’s Pro Bono Committee. 

Classes take place from 6:00 – 8:30 PM on 5 Tuesdays for 5 consecutive weeks, starting Oct. 4 and ending Nov. 1 at the Rio Grande II Gallery at Broadway Housing Community’s Dorothy Day Building, 583 Riverside Drive, 7th Floor (at 135th Street).

**Class size capped at 30 on a first-register, first-serve basis. Registrants need to have computer access and are encouraged to attend all 5 sessions. To register,  Go to, click “Registration,” fill out the from, and press “Submit” or call 646-476-3394.

Via West Harlem Development Corporation

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