January 21, 2019

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Chase Your Goals with National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Oakland Bay Area Chapter
January 9, 2019

Post Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight~~

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YOU’RE INVITED
It’s 2019, time to set (and achieve)
your financial goals!

 
Join us for a free series of workshops
designed to explore your financial goals

and create a roadmap to achieve them!

SESSION ONE, JANUARY 5:
Set your financial goals & build a budget that works.
SESSION TWO, JANUARY 12:
Create a rainy day fund and saving plan for your goals.
SESSION THREE, JANUARY 19:
Understand how credit works and develop a strategy to build or maintain good credit.
LOCATION:
Impact Hub Oakland 2323 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612

TIME:
12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m.
Lunch available


COST:
Free


FACILITATOR:
Saundra Davis,Financial Coach Sage Financial Solutions
HOW TO ATTEND
To RSVP, email the full name of each attendee
and which session they will be attending to 

chase.your.goals@chase.com.

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