People wondering where there money is going now have a class they can attend to learn more about it. The Keokuk County Extension will be presenting the Getting Back on Track class; County Program Coordinator Kelsey Weber says the class is to help people get their finances back on track. She says people will learn how to get their finances organized, how to improve their credit score and how to save for the future. Weber says it is also for people who want to learn a little bit more about finances. Weber says the class came about because in today’s economy people are struggling to save money and the class is being offered to help people with that. The class will be today and next Monday January 25th from 6:30 to 7:30pm. To register or for more information contact the Keokuk county Extension office at 641-622-2680
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