Your dollar says it can’t take any more. With energy costs rising on one side and food costs rising on the other side, your poor dollar is on the verge of being stretched to brokenness. Nevertheless, relief is available.
Some money problems are the result of forces that are beyond our circumstances. Others, however, are the result of poor money management. It is within this money management that you can save your overstretched dollar.
That is why the Center for University-Based Development at Jackson State University invites you to participate in a series of free workshops on budgeting, credit repair, payday lending, home ownership, and investments. The first workshop will be held on Tuesday, May 31 at 12 noon in the JSU Student Center (Ballroom A, corner of John R. Lynch and Dalton Streets).
Tuesday’s workshop will feature Amia D. Edwards, financial specialist with CredAbility, and will focus on the keys to financial success.
These workshops are free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided; however, you are strongly encouraged to register by calling (601) 979-2255 by Friday, May 27.
P.S. This blog is one of the efforts of JSU’s Center for University-Based Development.