By Jane Wolery, MSU Extension Teton County

When it comes to your own personal financial management, do you feel like you are alone and floundering? Have you learned financial lessons the hard way or do you live in fear that you might? Do you ponder your money management and think, “Why Didn’t They Teach Me This in School?” From Monday, January 13 to February 17, you have a chance to “go back to school” and learn money management concepts. As a bonus, you can attend this class without ever leaving your home. So, cozy up on “Money Mondays” this winter from 7:30-8:30 p.m. and connect to this 5-part series called, Read on the Money, via WebEx video conferencing.

Registration is open now and the $15 registration includes the book, Why Didn't They Teach Me This in School? 99 Personal Money Management Lessons to Live By written by Cary Siegel, class study guides, supplemental materials and access to the join each class via webinar. To register, click HERE  or find QR code on Cascade and Teton County Extension’s Facebook pages. Class size will be limited to the first 35 with completed registration and payment.

To join in the video conference participants will need access to internet and a device (phone, tablet, computer) with a webcam. Alternatively, registrants may participate in audio only through a phone line, but it would be preferable to have access to a computer to view the class materials during the book club discussion. Access the class from home or anywhere with an internet connection.

The course is brought to you by MSU Extension in Cascade and Teton Counties and will be led by educators, Katrin Finch and Jane Wolery. Explore a variety of money management concepts together, share your lessons learned and learn from others in this interactive format. Invest your time and attention this winter to make a difference in your financial outlook with Read on the Money.

If you have questions, please call Katrin Finch at 406-454-6980 or Jane Wolery at 406-466-2492 or email katrin.finch@montana.edu or jane.wolery@montana.edu.