Learn how to manage your money and budget for a better life
SUN CITY, Ariz. (Feb 25, 2013) – Banner Olive Branch Senior Center will host another series of “AARP Foundation Finances 50+” three-part money management programs on the dates listed below:
In our tough economy, many Americans are struggling to get by so how do you get back on track? And how can you get out of debit? These questions and more may be answered by the AARP Foundation Finances 50+ program, offering practical guidance and tools that can help.
The program will give you a good handle on where you stand financially, plus simple, hands-on ways to make measurable progress toward your financial goals. Each of the three 90-minute interactive sessions is designed to help you build habits that can improve your financial situation and empower you to take control of your finances.
- Monday March 18, Wednesday March 20 and Thursday March 21 OR
- Monday April 1, Tuesday April 2 and Thursday April 4 OR
- Monday April 22, Wednesday April 24 and Thursday April 25
- Day 1: Budget & Goal Setting
(Where you are, where you want to go & how to get there)
- Day 2: Taking Charge of Credit and Debt
(How to avoid being “scammed)
- Day 3: Building and Protecting Your Assets
(How to live comfortably with limited assets)
- United Church of Sun City
11250 N 107th Avenue Sun City, AZ
Reservations are required. To sign up, please call Banner Olive Branch Senior Center at (623) 974-6797, ext. 208.
About Banner Olive Branch Senior Center
Banner Olive Branch Senior Center has been serving the Sun Cities and surrounding communities for more than 20 years. The senior center offers 25 programs and support services, including a home-delivered meal program, daily congregate lunches, health and wellness classes and a pantry program supported by donations from the community. The senior center is a Medicare benefits check-up site and houses a satellite office for the Arizona Attorney General. For more information about Banner Olive Branch Senior Center, visit www.BannerHealth.com/olivebranch or call (623) 974-6797.