Making Sense of Cents – Session 2

may, 2022

17may12:00 pm1:00 pmMaking Sense of Cents - Session 2Protect your Family: Elder Fraud and Identity Theft Tips - Bennett Blackledge

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Event Details

This series of Making Sense of Cents Financial Literacy Workshops will be presented both online via Zoom and in person at Alzheimer’s Services. Registration is required to attend. Please select the appropriate link below for the way you wish to attend.

 

Session 2: Protect your Family: Elder Fraud and Identity Theft Tips

Bennett Blackledge

 

Bennett began his Banking Career 42 years ago. Bennett is a veteran at helping people plan and execute their personal or business plans while optimizing their credit score.  He understands the impact of credit on their daily lives and has spent most of his career assisting individuals and businesses out of debt and into Financial Wellness. Currently, Bennett runs a nonprofit that focuses on Financial Freedom.  His latest project is assisting prisoners in a work release program to re-enter society through a series of Financial Wellness classes called Financial Life Skills: The Fundamentals. Bennett spends a great deal of his day in schools, prisons, churches and with Non-Profits throughout the community.

 

 

 

To attend ONLINE, click here to register.

You will receive the link to join the workshop via Zoom.

 

To attend IN PERSON, click here to register.

You will attend the workshop at Alzheimer’s Services and lunch will be provided. You must be registered to attend in person.

 

Please contact Brook at programs3@alzbr.org or 225-334-7494 for further assistance.

*Participants attending all three sessions in the financial literacy program series are eligible for a free legal consultation with a selected elder law attorney or financial adviser. Participants also receive one free copy per family of Get It Together: Organize Your Records So Your Family Won’t Have To.

Time

(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CT

Location

Hybrid - online and in person

Organizer

Brook Kittoprograms3@alzbr.org

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