April is Financial Literacy Month, which makes now a good time to update your budgeting skills.
In the last year, many Americans have faced unique financial challenges. Many have struggled to keep their families and finances healthy during a stock market downturn, widespread job insecurity or perhaps the loss of a loved one.
In times like these, planning your financial future is especially important. While getting your finances in order can seem overwhelming, VA is partnering with Prudential Pathways to offer a new series of financial wellness seminars that can help you face the future with confidence – no matter what it holds.
Join us on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. ET or 1:00 p.m. PT for the Budgeting and Building an Emergency Savings Fund seminar. It is designed to help you learn new behaviors and adopt healthy financial practices, such as:
- Creating and maintaining a spending plan.
- Dealing with financial debt.
- Preparing your finances for the unexpected.
Click here to register for the seminar today. The event is free of charge and all you need is access to the internet on a computer or mobile device. Be sure to also stay tuned for more information about future financial wellness seminars taking place in May and June.
This link is provided only for informational purposes. VA neither endorses nor officially sanctions Prudential or its products. The sharing of any non-VA information does not constitute an endorsement of products and services on the part of VA.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-844-592-8993.
Check out VA’s many financial resources that can help you and your family manage, secure and protect your financial health and well-being.
Craig Coleman is a public affairs specialist with the Veterans Benefits Administration’s Office of Strategic Engagement.