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© Oct 14 National Financial Education Center at Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Welcome to Teaching Personal Finance BY COLOR Engaging Students and Encouraging Self-Evaluation
#2 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Why We’re the Experts Nationwide Nonprofit since 1996 Counseling 1,000s of Debtors Annually (Pay $4$) Hundreds of Classes for Thousands Every Year
#3 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Outline of Session Brief Self-Evaluation Generation “Sound Bite” Spending by Color Brainstorming
#4 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation Huh? Nothing to Save! Huh? Nothing to Save! Use Tax Refund Usually Monthly Whenever I Have $ to Save Every Paycheck
#5 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation What kind of saver are you in the world of sports?
#6 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation 1.Huh? There’s Nothing to Save! 1.Huh? There’s Nothing to Save! You’re the Athletic Couch Potato of Savings!
#7 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation 2.I Use My Tax Refund 2.I Use My Tax Refund You’re the Skydiver of Savings!
#8 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation 3.I Save When I Can… Rarely 3.I Save When I Can… Rarely You’re the Curling Player of Savings!
#9 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation 5.Usually Monthly 5.Usually Monthly You’re the Amateur Golfer of Savings!
#10 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Quick Self-Evaluation 4.Every Paycheck 4.Every Paycheck You’re the Ironman/Ironwoman Saver!
#11 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) I Work With
#12 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) I Work With
#13 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Generation “Sound Bite” Face book
#14 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Generation “Sound Bite” Facebook
#15 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Generation “Sound Bite” Saver Quiz
#16 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Generation “Sound Bite” Facebook Twitter Blog Apps
#17 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Spending by Color
#18 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Choosing Associations Two Methods 1.Keywords & descriptions 2.Fun comparisons
#19 © October 2014 Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Brainstorming Personal Finance Behaviors Analogies Colors Elements Vehicles Extreme Sports Athletes Shapes Beverages Vacation Spots Budgeting Spending Credit Card Usage Debt Car Buying Tax Preparation Insurance Balancing Account
© Oct 14 National Financial Education Center at Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Thank You! Time for a Few Questions? For More Information: (877)
© Oct 14 National Financial Education Center at Debt Reduction Services Inc. (Boise ID) Spending by Color Why We Choose to.
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