Five-week Series Helps Young Professionals Get the Financial Edge They Need

August 23, 2015 at 5:07 pm

A new series of classes will help college students, newly employed professionals, new married professionals and anyone who has questions about finance get a handle on their financial future.

Wells Fargo is sponsoring “Money Management for Young Professionals,” a five-week series that will help young professionals get the financial edge they need in life, beginning at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday, August 26 in the BMW Classroom of The George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics.

This course will walk participants through the effect of money on your life. Topics will include:

  • In college and running out of money
  • Credit and credit scores
  • Education/career,
  • Debt — student loan debt
  • Managing your job and budget
  • Big purchases – house and cars
  • Love and money – getting married and combining finances
  • Saving money
  • Investment and retirement

Classes will end Wednesday, September 23.

Becky Goessel will instruct the class. Goessel has more than 20 years of experience in accounting.

The course is free to all USC Upstate student; $50 for the community and USC Upstate alumni; $25 for faculty, staff and retirees.

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