Free Virtual Classes To Help With Your Finances

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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb (KNEP) As most of us stress about the potential of quarantine and working limitations and unemployment from covid-19 fears, there is help.

Jason Hansen showing how you can stop emotional-buying in a past class of Money 101 (source: KNEP)

We have previously talked about 'Money 101" and "Wine, Women and Wealth.". Both are free classes offered by Jason and Lori Hansen of Midwest Family Financial of Five Rings Family Financial.

The couple have one main goal: to help you with your finances and getting you back on track and quite possibly, giving a learning experience that you may not have had while in school or higher education.

Money 101 and Wine, Women and Wealth are two separate groups. Money 101 is focused on giving you finance tips and breaks down the barrier most of us feel when it comes to discussing our finances.
Wine, Women and Wealth is a secure and fun place for women to come together, sip wine, discuss their well-being and a comfortable place to discuss their finances.

Both of these are events are held in public across Nebraska, but due to safe practicing of social distancing they are opening their doors and their conference calls to you, your family and your friends.

A reporter with NBC Nebraska who has attended both events tells us," I felt like I learned something new and I left the establishment feeling more confident in talking about my financial situation." and concluding that both husband and wife 'had the best interest in mind and heart.'

While the sessions will be virtual rather than the in-person environment typically provided, the virtual setting provides more room for comfortably as you can enjoy your down-days. It becomes less of a class and more about making more connections and friends.

For Money 101: Message Jason or Lori Hansen for a link.
For Wine, Women and Wealth, contact Lori Hansen for the Zoom link. https://www.facebook.com/Wine-Women-And-Wealth-Greater-Nebraska-231655890745569/?eid=ARB23Zp8WxCs3Qv21ahk8g6tSJxwiBPZtoH7Y6faIwVHrf6Z1o0gx
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For financial success and advice, a link to Midwest Family Financial: https://www.facebook.com/midwestfamilyfinancial/

*** Past story***

In school you learn to read, write and do math but did you learn anything about finances? One Nebraska company is providing free classes to help you out.

Over the weekend Jason Hansen and his wife Lori discussed how to better understand money at the Scotts Bluff Country Club.
After an accident leaving him with extensive medical bills, Jason took his finances back into his hands when he joined five rings financial. He and his wife are helping teach others the steps you can take to better your accounts.

“We want to be able to empower people to make good financial decisions and we know that in this class they are gonna walk away with that.’’ Explains Lori.

Raising a kid was hard enough but how about moving a far distance and finding yourself in debt for the first time? That was the case for Donica Allen, who joined Jason in Money 101, seeking help.

“When I came here and I said you know what, it’s a different country, there’s different ways of handling money. I said, you know what? Let me just look online and I was so surprised that when I did and I looked on Eventbrite and I saw that they had this workshop. I was like “okay, we’re going!” expresses Donica Allen.

In school you learn to read, write and do math but did you learn anything about finances? One Nebraska company is providing free classes to help you out.

Over the weekend Jason Hansen and his wife Lori discussed how to better understand money at the Scotts Bluff Country Club.
After an accident leaving him with extensive medical bills, Jason took his finances back into his hands when he joined five rings financial. He and his wife are helping teach others the steps you can take to better your accounts.

“We want to be able to empower people to make good financial decisions and we know that in this class they are gonna walk away with that.’’ Explains Lori.

Raising a kid was hard enough but how about moving a far distance and finding yourself in debt for the first time? That was the case for Donica Allen, who joined Jason in Money 101, seeking help.

“When I came here and I said you know what, it’s a different country, there’s different ways of handling money. I said, you know what? Let me just look online and I was so surprised that when I did and I looked on Eventbrite and I saw that they had this workshop. I was like “okay, we’re going!” expresses Donica Allen.

“If you can find yourself at a McDonald’s. If you can find yourself at a burger king or any other fast food restaurant, more than three times a month. Take that money on one of the times that you’re going to go to that fast food and invest it in something that will make a difference for your life twenty years later” says Debbie Watson-Allen.