Financial Literacy Classes


A financial education is waiting for those who want it. The path is clear when you are ready. NOW is the time!



2018 Kickoff Event

September 4th

5:30 P.M.

Main Ballroom in Maucker Union

$1,000 and an iPad will be given away!

Financial freedom to follow!

This club was created to provide a classroom where you can learn about money without anyone selling you a product or service. Each class (we meet one time each week) is open to anyone and everyone who is ready to learn. Every class is FREE and the information you will learn can change the course of your life. Believe it!




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The 10-week World of Money class that delves into all things money (credit, debt, buying homes and cars, insurance, etc.) will be held downstairs in Maucker Union in the University Room. There will be a drawing for an iPad at the end of each semester in this class. Every class you attend, you can place your name in the hat for the drawing.


The 9-week Thursday night class, Investing 101, (an in-depth look into the world of investing from A to Z), will be held downstairs in Maucker Union in the University Room. Topics will include asset allocation, managed vs. index funds, stocks, vs. bonds, modern portfolio theory, negative correlated asset classes, recency bias, rebalancing, and much more.


The 8-week Retirement Seminar on how to retire successfully not only financially, but also psychologically. Class will be held at the Waterloo Public library on Wednesday nights. Topics include Investments, Social Security, Medicare, Fixed Income, Homes, Taxes, Expenses, Debt, and much more.


Th 4-weeke Investing in the Real World class will help the individual starting out in the real world with real benefits at a real job that may include an HSA, a 401(k), a pension, a traditional or Roth option, matching money, vesting, and much more as the real world intersects with what has been learned in the classes and the books.



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