Join the Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner online for in-depth budgeting, credit understanding, K-12 financial education and senior financial education webinars.
Do you know how to build a budget? How much of your income should you be setting aside? During our Budgeting Basics presentation we will go over how to track and budget your monthly expenses while setting a financial goals.
What’s in your credit score? Do you know what your credit score is or how to dispute wrong information on your credit report? Credit 101 covers credit basics, frauds and freezes, building your credit, and disputing false information.
(These webinars are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Archive webinars.)
Register for the event you would like to attend by clicking on the event title in the chart below.
|May 6, 2021||10:00 am||Avoiding Financial Exploitation||Financial exploitation can affect anyone. It's when someone takes advantage of you or someone you love for financial gain. It comes in many forms and can be quite costly. Financial exploitation sadly usually comes from people closest to us. This webinar focuses on financial exploitation situations and aims to raise awareness on how to prevent financial exploitation.||Your Computer|
|May 13, 2021||10:00 am||Credit 101||What's in your credit report and how does it affect you? Understanding and improving your credit is one of the best things you can do for your financial outlook. This webinar discusses what it takes to build your credit, track your credit and look ahead.||Your Computer|
|May 20, 2021||10:00 am||Money SMART: Borrowing Basics||This webinar is part of the FDIC Money Smart for Adults program. This webinar goes in-depth on what it takes to borrow money in several different ways. It is designed to go over the basics of borrowing from credit cards, loans, to layaway. Upon registration the meeting organizer, Andrea Johnson, will send out a participant guide with lessons plans for participants to follow along.||Your Computer|
|May 27, 2021||10:00 am||Credit & Saving for Young Adults||This webinar goes over the basics of budgeting and understanding credit. It is meant to be a beginner level presentation for teens and young adults. Our hope is this webinar is both insightful and light-hearted. Many young people leave high school not knowing the importance of checking their credit report, forming a basic budget, and not saying yes to every credit card offer. This course gives a brief idea of how credit affects your everyday life and the choices you have for your future.||Your Computer|
|June 3, 2021||10:00 am||Building a Better Budget||Do you track every penny or just impulse purchase all the time? A budget is a financial tool that will help you stay on track and work toward your financial goals. This webinar will go over different budgeting techniques, how to use those techniques and what building wealth means to you.||Your Computer|
|June 10, 2021||10:00 am||Buying a Home||This webinar focuses on what to consider when deciding whether to rent or buy a home. It also addresses the process of determining what housing you can afford, your credit score, different types of mortgages, and the steps involved in a home purchase.||Your Computer|