CENV’s Financial Literacy students learn the basics of financial literacy, banking, and budgeting. Topics covered include: bad debt, importance of spending plans and budgets, non-traditional financial services, being an informed consumer, buying stocks, selling strategies, mutual fund options, investing in education, planning for the future, purchasing your first home, taxes and tax planning, life insurance options, health insurance, property insurance, estate planning, and keeping money in perspective.
This course is designed to help enrich our students’ lives through knowledge of making money to work for them. Whether you have experience in the financial industry, or have little to no knowledge of the financial system, this course has something to offer you.
If you, or someone you know, may benefit from CENV’s Financial Literacy course, call or email us today to learn more about our classes!