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To browse past CFED events, including webinar recordings, please see the listings below or see the complete archive here. For further resources, you may search CFED's Resource Directory.
Jun 23, 2015
Lending circles are groups of people who come together to lend money to each other. They provide a way for individuals to get a loan without paying interest or fees. Participating in a lending circle also helps individuals improve their credit scores and learn more about managing their money.
Jun 16, 2015
This webinar informed participants of the updated I'M HOME policy agenda, what these changes mean for I’M HOME’s policy strategy and opportunities to engage as a Network member.
Jun 1, 2015
Financial coaching provides an open dialogue on a variety of financial issues and challenges that people face. This virtual interview went beyond solely delivering financial education and allows people to develop skills and learn about resources for them to confront future financial challenges and decisions. The focus on the client’s self-defined goals is central to financial coaching.
May 28, 2015
In these webinars, Seven Sisters will examined elements of successful partnerships with Native organizations, looking at cultural differences, history, and the issue of sovereignty. The webinars explored how that understanding leads to effective and lasting partnerships.
May 27, 2015
This was the second in a series of conversations about economic issues affecting DC’s individuals, families and communities and critical tools that can measurably improve financial well-being.
May 6, 2015
American families are facing a deepening retirement crisis, with nearly two thirds reporting that they have less than $25,000 in savings, and more than one third reporting less than $1,000―amounts that fall far short of what families will need to maintain their standard of living. One of the main forces driving the savings gap is the fact that half of all U.S. households lack access to retirement plans at work, which research has clearly demonstrated is the best way to build sufficient savings and ensure a secure retirement.