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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 20, 2010-
Mar 20, 2010
09:00AM - 11:00AM
FREE Financial Literacy Workshop
Remodify, Short Sale, Foreclosure, Understanding the Consequences
Sonoma,
Re-Think Financial Services
Event Description

FREE Financial Literacy Workshop 

“Remodify, Short Sale, Foreclosure, Understanding the Consequences”

Bring your questions and you will get sound answers from qualified financial advisors. Come meet one-on-one with advisors who are ready to help you.

  • Saturday, March 20th from 9:00 to 11:00 am
  • Re-Think Financial Services

134 Lystra Court

Santa Rosa, CA 95403 

This event is being hosted by the Financial Literacy Headquarters at SSU’s School of Business and Economics and is also supported by CalCPA and the CalCPA Education Foundation.  

The Financial Literacy Headquarters will run monthly programs, on campus and in the community, to help people access sound, free financial advice.  This initiative is part of the School of Business and Economics’ strategic goal to contribute to the overall prosperity of the North Bay community, in this case by connecting school partners, alumni, and students to offer financial education.  To learn more or to offer your help or ideas, contact Renee Thompson (thompren@sonoma.edu) or Sherri Anderson (sherri.anderson@sonoma.edu)

 

 

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Sherri Anderson     Email: financialliteracyHQ@sonoma.edu

 

 

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