San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 16, 2015
As a part of their community outreach, DebtWave Credit Counseling, Inc.’s comprehensive, financial education platform, the San Diego Financial Literacy Center (SDFLC) (http://www.sdflc.org), hosts a quarterly, interactive lunch and learn as part of their Educational Series. At this luncheon, attendees enjoy networking, learning about a hot, financial topic, and the presentation of a Boost For Our Heroes award.
The Boost For Our Heroes program is a financial assistance and education program geared toward active duty, transitioning, and veteran military members. Each quarter, one constituent is selected by the SDFLC Military Advisory Committee to receive a $ 3,000 “boost” due to a financial hardship(s). You can learn more about DebtWave’s community outreach programs on their website: http://www.debtwave.com/outreach
The 1st Quarter Education Luncheon will take place on Friday, March 27th from 11:45am-1pm at National University in San Diego, CA. Speaker, Kevin Garrett, Southern California Business Unit President – CBIZ, will discuss Taxes and the Affordable Care Act, and how they affect you and your business. This event is free to attend and open to the public.
Brad Pagano, Managing Director of the SDFLC, said, “Working with National University and CBIZ to bring this real, relevant, and topical financial education program to San Diego has been exciting. Providing these free events as well as our year-round educational workshops, seminars, and one-on-one consultations is the hallmark of the SDFLC. We are happy to be part of DebtWave and look forward to a day when we can help everyone get out of and stay out of debt.”
If you are an active, transitioning, or veteran military member facing any type of financial hardship, please download and fill out the application, “Boost For Our Heroes Application Form and Rules 2nd Quarter 2015.” All details for eligibility are included in the application.
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