NCALL recently launched a new financial literacy program to educate and assist people in managing their finances and setting goals for the coming year. All the classes are free and will be held via virtual Zoom meetings.
“It's not too late to refresh your 2020 financial goals,” said Camille Moman, NCALL program administrator. “Our new financial literacy program will have standard topics such as budgeting, banking, lending and credit, as well as nontraditional topics such as the importance of managing healthcare costs, energy savings, and lowering TV and internet expenses, to name a few.”
Cutting the Cable Cord will be the topic at 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 3.
Financial Literacy: Back to the Basics course is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5. Attendees will learn about financial goal setting, budgeting, banking and credit.
Identity Theft and Scams will be covered at 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 10.
Repaying Student Loans is the topic at 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 17. Registration is required for all classes. To sign up, go to ncall.org.
NCALL is a nonprofit affordable housing and community development organization with the mission to strengthen communities through housing, lending and education. Its vision is thriving neighborhoods and equitable housing for all on the Delmarva Peninsula. NCALL provides homeownership counseling, financial education and foreclosure prevention programs across Delaware.