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 $93.00 plus shipping. Only one kit per household is required.

REGISTER HERE

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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