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for the most current class options.
Unsure of what class to attend? Ask yourself the following questions:
If you answer yes to the majority of these questions, Financial Peace University would be the best option for you.
- I still have a lot of consumer debt
- I don't have enough excess cash to tithe on a regular basis
- I haven't saved enough in my emergency savings to cover 6-12 months of expenses
- In a 12 month period, I may not be able to pay one or more of my necessity bills (mortgage/rent, utilities, food)
- I have not really invested or saved much money yet
If you answer yes to the majority of these questions, Next Level Finances would be the best option for you.
- I want to tithe more regularly (or) I can tithe regularly, but I am not able to give over and above my tithe when opportunities arise.
- I can invest in my 401k at work or do it individually, but I don't really understand what investments to choose (disclaimer: we don't tell you what to pick, we teach you how to better understand the different options).
- I have solid control of my spending and some savings (have disposable income), but I don't know whether to give/tithe, buy / pay down my house, pay down other debts, or invest / save more.
- I don't know whether I need a will or trust after I die.
- I don't understand whether I should have a financial advisor or if my financial advisor is doing a good job.
- My immediate or extended family has frequent disagreements about money (spending, loaning, giving, or saving).
If you already have a RightNow Media account, you can check out the following resources here
If you don’t have a RightNow Media account, click here
to be redirected so that you can sign up for a free account.
Lifelines / Benevolence is also another option that Real Life offers for assistance. Information on this ministry and their hours can be found here.
If you still have questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org