Extension workshop based on Money Habitudes

 In Money Habits & Attitudes Blog

Billed as a “fun interactive way to talk about the difficult topic of money in a fun, nonjudgmental and constructive way,” this is an example of an Extension workshop based on Money Habitudes. A way to engage a new audience on career choices and financial education, this money values workshop goes beyond using Money Habitudes as a financial icebreaker.

What is the real issue when…

  • Responsible individuals go into debt?
  • A friend or relative is always borrowing money?
  • Someone never lets others pay the bill?
  • Couples argue about finances?
  • Individuals know there’s a need to save or invest for the future, but don’t do it?
  • People keep debts, gifts, spending, investments a secret from their spouse.
  • Someone ignores their financial reality to live a more expensive lifestyle?

Is Money the Problem?

No!

It’s Money Habitudes—habits, and attitudes related to money.

Where:

Bloomington United Methodist

Basement

225 Congress St., Bloomington, WI
When:

November 2, 2011

6:30—8:30 p.m.

Money Habitudes!

Join us for a fun interactive way to talk about the difficult topic of money in a fun, nonjudgmental and constructive way. Discover
how our habits and attitudes about money support or sabotage our lives, relationships, careers and financial goals.

Presenter
Bev Doll
Family Living Agent
UW Extension Grant County

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