Clinton County educating for financial capability 2017

MSU Extension understands that healthy economic structures lead to greater opportunities and stronger communities.

January 24, 2019

When you support MSU Extension, participants learn personal finance skills and the communities benefit from homeownership education and foreclosure prevention. MSU Extension helps youth and adults alike learn the skills they need to increase their savings, manage their spending avoid predatory lending and reduce mortgage defaults. All of these outcomes help lower the cost of governmental services and lead to personal and community stability, strong neighborhoods and safe communities.

Financial Education

Whether it’s handling credit card debt, investing for retirement or college funds, purchasing a new home, avoiding foreclosure, or simply wishing to have more control over personal finances, MSU Extension’s Senior Educator, Brenda Long, helps Michigan residents in all aspects of money management. She and her team assist individuals, households, organizations and communities to become more sustainable spenders through education focused on financial capability. MI Money Health is a website that provides Michigan residents with access to noncommercial, easily accessible, and reliable personal financial information.

In Clinton County, Financial & Housing Senior Educator, Brenda Long, provided group and one-on-one Education. Brenda also provided training to front-line social workers who work directly with clients that encounter numerous financial problems. In addition to face-to-face classes, we offered numerous homeownership, foreclosure and financial education programs online. We continue to provide the highest quality, unbiased financial and homeownership education to any Michigander who desires to participate.

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