Managing Personal Finances in 2021

If your New Year’s resolution is to get on top of your finances in 2021, SCCLD is hosting a two part Personal Finance workshop series. Part 1 will contrast popular financial software packages ranging from basic to advanced as well as old-school paper methods. The packages are Quicken, Mint, YNAB, gnuCash, and OnTrajectory. The objective of the session is to help you choose financial power tools for 2021, with suggested tasks to complete before Part 2. That session will be held two weeks later on Saturday, Jan 23, 2021 at 11 am and will discuss hands on experiences using the software packages. Registration is required for both sessions, but you do not have to attend Part 1 to register for Part 2. The sessions will be hosted on Zoom.

To manage personal finances in these challenging times, you can also explore the booklists that SCCLD provides on a variety of personal finance topics such as:

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