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Idaho State University to host Partners for Prosperity’s new ‘Financial Fitness Program’

Posted October 22, 2013

Beginning Oct. 24, Partners for Prosperity will offer a free “Financial Management Lunchroom” series to all interested students, faculty and staff on Thursdays at noon in room 377 of the Roy F. Christensen Building at Idaho State University.

The classes run through Dec. 5 and include such topics as the “Power Pay Technique” and becoming debt free; scamming the scammers; understanding credit; protecting your investment and many others. Partners for Prosperity has also added a class on relationships and money to help people understand the financial consequences of both marriage and divorce.

Partners for Prosperity is an approved National Industry Standards organization. Their counselors are certified NeighborWorks Center for Homeownership Education and Counseling (NCHEC) with more than six years of experience.

For more information and to register for the classes, call 208-785-0059.

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