UW-Extension to Host “Becoming Money Smart”
For the City Times
Do you feel like you can never catch up with your bills?
No matter what your income is, having a plan can help you reduce debt and increase saving.
Every month, Sarah Siegel, Family Living Educator with Wood County UW-Extension office teaches Becoming Money $mart, a financial class designed to teach attendees how to:
-handle day to day spending
-set a money goal for themselves
-plan for unexpected expenses
-make room for buying what’s most important to them
This session is a mixture of activities and resources to help you Become Money $mart.
The next class is being held on Monday, March 20 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Wisconsin Rapids Job Center.