Financial Education

Financial Education

To achieve your goals of buying a home, starting a business or pursuing your education, you must get financially fit.

Financial education is a major component of our asset-building programs. At least 8 hours of financial education must be completed using an established curriculum.

SUSLA has partnered with the FDIC to bring the Money Smart Program to our clients and below is a break-down of the modules we cover in our classes. On-line courses are also available.

We even have a curriculum for youth and young adults.

Be sure to check out the Upcoming Events section for class dates and times.

Money Smart Adult Curriculum
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