Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University

Every Wednesday, from 01/24/2018 to 03/21/2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Location: First Reformed Church - Music Room, 529 Newark Pompton Tpke., Pompton Plains, NJ US 07444

Attend the first class for FREE!

Take a moment to IMAGINE THIS...

  • Building Wealth
  • Savings for car, house, college, retirement, vacation, emergencies
  • No debt
  • Giving like never before
  • Improved financial communication with your spouse or partner

Financial Peace University will MAKE IT HAPPEN!

Personal financial data is not disclosed.  Your privacy is respected.

Class Membership Kit costs $109.00 plus shipping. Only one kit per household is required. Make sure to click the link below to take advantage of the discounted price.


Does Financial Peace University work?  

“By doing the class together - it put us on the same page and we now work on our monthly budgets together and are using cash instead of credit cards for purchases.  I think what won over my husband was Dave Ramsey's enthusiasm and common sense approach to budgets, debt, etc.  Dave used humor and made every lesson interesting.  Also - seeing other people, just like us, in the group - made my husband feel comfortable talking about money.” 

“I came to this class because I knew I needed a better system of handling my money. Clearly what I was doing wasn't working and as a new homeowner, amateur hour was over. I had read Dave's book years ago and even had the envelope system but it wasn't until I watched the DVD's each week in class, asked questions, and listened to the discussions did I really understand money, it's purpose, how to respect it, and make it grow.   Dave not only tells you what to do but gives you step by step instructions. What I liked best was his personal stories, he's talked the talk and walked the walk. This is real life and if he can do it, I know I can do it.”

“The class gave us hope that we can turn things around. It is a big benefit to know where we stand. We learned where we had waste. At the end of 9 weeks we were able to pay off $2,000 in credit card debt and now have an emergency fund.”


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