Salute to Black Fathers
Annual Clergy and Community Health Walk

"Get Financially Fit" Education Seminar
Saturday, October 11, 2014, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Host Location:
Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church
                        Dr. William Flippin, Senior Pastor

Basics of Credit (teens invited): This session will focus on credit, specifically: understanding credit scores, improving your credit, and accessing your credit history.

Homebuying In An Improving Market: As house prices rise and inventory is relatively low, learn the basic steps to qualify for a loan to purchase a home along with an explanation of the homebuying process.

Purchase-Renovation Home Loans – Expanding Choices -  A little-known way to find your dream home is a federal loan that allows you to buy a house that needs renovation and roll the construction loan into the mortgage loan.  It’s called a 203(k) loan, and it requires a low 3.5% down payment.  With housing inventory tight, and many homes available that need renovation after the foreclosure crisis, this type of loan can greatly expand your options as your search for your dream home.  Learns the basics about this loan in this session.

Banking Basics & Preventing Identity Theft (teens invited): This session will include tips on managing your money more wisely and improving your savings habits, as well as some strategies for avoiding identity theft.

Ready For Retirement? - Important action steps for achieving a financially secure retirement.

All About Student Loans (teens invited): Learn how to pay for college and offer strategies for managing student loan debt.

Growing Your Small Business: If you are a small-business entrepreneur or want to be one, this session will introduce you to a comprehensive approach to maximizing cash flow, the lifeblood of every small business.  Loans and credit are an important aspect – but there is much more to consider

Just For Teens: A Special Fun Session: This special session for teens only will introduce young people to the basics of money management – and what better time to learn than when you’re young?ider.