"I’m still saving…and now I am a homeowner."

-Jerrina McBride
Make You Money Talk Graduate
IDA Homeowner

Increase Assets. Increase Income. Increase Credit Scores.

Financial planning is not just for the wealthy. We all need to manage our household finances effectively and WWBIC can help. Education and coaching will increase your financial capability and help build life-changing money skills. These skills will improve your financial health and provide a more secure life.

Gaining control over your money and your resources will give you many benefits. You'll gain confidence to talk about money, build credit, and borrow money as needed. Financial emergencies may still occur, but you will be better prepared to handle them. Knowledge and resources will help you to achieve your financial goals!

Spring 2017 Class Offerings:

See a class below that interests you?  Visit the class calendar to find out more

  • Make Your Money Talk Series
  • Spending Plans: Making Every Penny Count
  • Get the Degree Not the Debt!
  • Road to Credit Repair
  • How to Stretch Your Tax Refund
  • Borrow Smart!
  • The Invisible Threat of Identity Theft
  • Wills & Estate Planning
  • Social Security & Retirement Planning

Here are some WWBIC resources to strengthen your personal finances and increase financial security:

Make Your Money Talk provides the foundation of your financial plan. WWBIC offers a regular schedule of personal financial capability workshops to build your knowledge. Click here to view and register for upcoming classes!

Asset Building Tools provide matching dollars to your savings to increase financial security. Families can save to buy a first home, continue education or finance a business. Click here to learn more about our program, eligibility and current opportunities.

Wisconsin PROMISE seeks to help youth SSI recipients and their families. Pursuing school and work goals will help to improve their financial stability. Learn more about Wisconsin Promise services and how WWBIC will support this five-year initiative.

Wisconsin Save$ is the local campaign for America Saves since 2002. WWBIC and Wisconsin Saves campaign to encourage positive spending and saving habits for all. Click here and learn about this free resource and make your personal commitment today.

Money Smart Week® is an annual public awareness campaign. We strive to help consumers better manage their personal finances. Each April, many organizations come together to provide free workshops and events. Money Smart Week partners inform consumers about help and resources for their financial issues.  WWBIC co-chairs the Greater Milwaukee Money Smart Week® campaign. Click here to learn more.