Free Personal Finance Webinars in April, National Financial Capability Month

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HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency is participating in National Financial Capability Month in April by providing a slate of free, live webinars about personal money management.

The webinars will be led by the agency’s senior financial education officer, Holly Zugay, and others on PHFA’s financial education team. Zugay is a certified financial planner and has 20 years of experience teaching personal money management concepts.

“One way that we can address inequities in our society is to provide information people can use to build personal wealth,” said PHFA Executive Director and CEO Robin Wiessmann. “PHFA is proud to actively participate in National Financial Capability Month as part of our efforts to address racial and gender inequities. The free information we provide during April can help everyone improve their financial position by taking steps to grow and safeguard their earnings.”

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Throughout April, PHFA will offer two sessions each week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for a total of eight financial education webinars. The 45-minute sessions will be offered twice each day, at noon and 6 p.m., to make them more convenient for viewers.

The topics will cover maximizing earnings, money mapping (budgeting), credit, investing, taxes, and more. All sessions will be taught in a way that makes the topics easy to understand.

The schedule for these money management webinars is available on the Web. While the sessions are free to anyone with Internet access, advance registration is required.

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