The financial world that consumers must navigate has changed significantly and grown more complex, increasing the need for financial literacy and raising questions regarding consumers’ financial capability.
OHCEDC offers a coordinated set of services to help low-income individuals and families get jobs, strengthen their finances, and move up the economic ladder. This service helps preserve neighborhoods, help distressed homeowners remain in their homes, start first time home buyers off with a set of powerful skills as well as promoting financial stability long-term increasing economic security.
Here's how you will grow:
Specific knowledge and concepts needed to manage your money and build wealth, depending on your individual situation.
Learning how to create a spending plan and manage a household budget
How to invest money for retirement, or other big ticket areas
One-on-one coaching and counseling to determine how to buy a house or start a business.