Financial Education - GeneralMajor Program

3638

Total Hours

Contributed.

16252

Contacts

with Local Stakeholders.

77

Hours

of Multistate Efforts.

348

Total Number

of Volunteers Engaged.

Program Indicators

Number of individuals who took action toward implementing at least one estate planning strategy in regard to the subject matter presented

968

Number of participants who attended age-related housing, financial, and estate planning programs not identified as a “major program.”  Major age-related programs include: Keys to Embracing Again, 10 Warning Signs, and AARP Prepare to Care

2056

Number of those who have successfully completed financial management and/or career readiness programs that will help set future goals

2542

Dollars reported saved as a result of participating in a financial education program

20614

Number of individuals who gained knowledge related to financial management

14717

Number of individuals who made a sound financial decision (regarding credit, budgeting, savings, and/or debt)

3045

Number of individuals who implemented strategies to avoid breaches in personal or financial security

1351

Number of individuals who reported increased levels of understanding in the area: identifying estate planning strategies for the family, farming operation, or business

1649

Number of individuals who implemented at least one strategy to reduce expenses or manage money

2814

Stories

Transferring Cherished Possessions Leader Lesson

FCS agent presented Transferring Cherished Posessions Leader Lesson on February 28th, 2023. Estate planning can be a complicated process, especially when considering how to transfer personal property to peole who will want and care for it after ones death. FCS agent goal for this program were to have attendees understand what is in your estate, discuss estate planning considerations, and document ones wishes for their estate. Program resulted in an attendance of 13. 25% of those attending from t...

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Transferring Cherished Possessions Leader Lesson

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