Tag Archive: DE Financial Literacy Institute

Oct 20

12 Tips to Avoid Fraud – ‘Tis the Season to Be Cautious

Hello friends and Welcome to Money Monday Remember last month when I told you that hubby couldn’t buy me a gift for my birthday? Well after checking his bank statement a few days earlier, he realized that there had been some fraudulent charges made against his account. Luckily, they weren’t excessive, but after contacting the …

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Jan 27

New Year…More Money with The Delaware Financial Literacy Programs

  The New Year is an ideal opportunity to set and to create new money habits.  Whether your goal is saving, buying a home, or starting a business, there is a Money School class which can assist you. Check out The Money School class schedule and register for their free classes. You can even bring a friend! …

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Oct 12

Free Fall Classes From The Money School of DE

  Foreclosure Prevention Mon., Oct. 14, 6-7:30pm Georgetown Library Lisa Spellman, Department of Justice A Mortgage Acceleration Review Mon., Oct 14, 6:30 – 7:30pm Rosehill Commuinty Center Jenine Mills, AGLA Home Sweet Home Ownership: Inspection – Better Safe Than Sorry Tues., Oct. 15 Time: 6-7:30pm Woodlawn Library John Kerrigan, Reliable Home Inspection Service                 Business Builders Book …

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Mar 04

First State Saves Week Celebration

On Thursday, Delaware Financial Literacy Institute (DFLI) celebrated “America Saves Week” with an Awards luncheon held at the Junior Achievement building in Wilmington. Board members, business owners, volunteers, and politicians were invited to attend in honoring Debra Forbes, RN, BSN, MS from Governor Bacon Health Center and Jim Godfrey, President/CEO of Consumer Credit Counseling Services of MD …

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