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Friday, August 6, 2010

Free Financial University Classes Offered At Career Link

Financial Peace University Classes Offered Free At CareerLink

Financial Peace University is a life-changing program that empowers and teaches you how to make the right money decisions, achieve your financial goals and experience financial freedom.

Northern Tier Community Action Corporation is offering this course, absolutely free to eligible participants.

The 13 session video course will be condensed to 7 afternoon classes, and begins August 17th. The membership kit, including course workbook, audio CD’s of each lesson & Dave’s best-selling book “Financial Peace” will be offered free to anyone who successfully completes the 7-week program.

During this informative and entertaining video course, Dave Ramsey – a personal money management expert, popular national radio personality, and New York Times best-selling author, teaches you and your family how to get out of debt, stay out of debt and build wealth.

Dave breaks through the common financial jargon to explain how money works in a simple easy-to-understand style. You will have fun as you learn about budgeting, investing, insurance and more!

This program funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development with American Recovery & Reinvestment Act funds.

For more information and to find out if you qualify, please contact: Midge Houghtaling, Potter County CareerLink, phone # (814) 274-9330 EXT-15.


Anonymous said...

Wait a minute! Financial Peace University is a Christian-based economic financial scheme and what in the heck is CareerLink and Northern Tier Community Action Corp. doing as a promoter of this? Are non-Christians welcome? This is so WRONG! Mr. Ramsey is a political activist for the Religious Right. Things are starting to crop up locally that are raising some eyebrows on this church/state situation. Teen Challenge, Faith Based Government grants. Oh boy. Here we go again.

Anonymous said...

We should not be promoting this guy's books, CD's and the other parts of his own financial empire with our tax dollars.

Anonymous said...

I respectfully submit that it is not appropriate for our government agencies to be promoting this Christian-based program around which Mr. Ramsey has built his own financial empire.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone besides me see some irony in the federal stimulus money going from the taxpayers pockets, to the federal government, to the state government then to a Christian self-promoter/business enterprise and, finally, some advice on how to manage money?!? Here's some money management advice for our government and Northern Tier and Career Link and everyone else involved in this ridiculous program (and it's free advice): quit taking money from the hard-working taxpayers and wasting it on things like this. Maybe I should make some videos!

Anonymous said...

Who is responsible for this decision on the use of tax dollars? I want to write a letter of protest but who should I send it to? The governor, the president, or who?