Money Fitness Course Discusses Debt, Credit


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Want to help your wallet and your stress levels?
Make sure you carve out time to attend Money Fitness Class on March 13 at Prescott Valley Library.
This Tuesday night session will provide a lot of valuable information for people of all ages. This week’s hour-long session, held from 6 to 7 pm, will focus on the topic Debt and Credit: Friend or Foe?
This is a great chance to receive valuable insight into fixing your finances and having more success with money. Please keep in mind seating for the class is limited and registration beforehand is required.
Interested attendees can register online at pvlib.net under classes and Money Fitness. For more information, please contact Carol at 928-759-6193.

The library is located at 7401 E. Civic Circle Drive and the class will be held in the library’s PC Lab.

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