With today’s prices, including inflation and rising costs, making each dollar count is becoming increasingly important in meeting our expanding budgets. For Kinship caregivers, learning how to make the most of every coin and dollar is essential when taking on the additional costs related to caring for relative and fictive kin children. From daily expenses such as grocery shopping to doing our taxes, we’ll explore how to make the most of each dollar!
Join us for the first webinar of 2023 where we will learn strategies for developing a spending plan that matches what we earn, identify the goals that are important for our families, and finding ways that we can save money in our daily lives. We’ll learn how to track what we spend, prioritize what is important, and set goals for what we want for our families! Additionally, we’ll also learn about how kinship care can impact your 2022 taxes including any tax credits your families will be eligible for. You don’t want to miss this!!
About the Trainer:
Apprisen is a non-profit organization, with over 65 years of service, committed to helping individuals improve their financial well-being through financial education, coaching, community outreach and counseling. Apprisen focuses on all aspect of personal finance with a strong focus on debt management. Apprisen works individually with clients to brainstorm achievable solutions that will fit each unique situation to help each individual attain a healthy financial life. Sarah Gardner is a Financial Services Specialist from the Lexington, KY Apprisen office.
Jordan Wilson is the Director of the VITA program through the United Way. VITA, or Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, is a free tax preparation program for Kentucky residents by a trained IRS volunteer. VITA offers tax preparation services for most types of tax filing situations in addition to providing software for those who prefer to do their personal taxes themselves, free of charge.
Please note: Although this LIVE webinar is designed to be an informative, educational, and helpful resource for kinship families caring for relative or fictive kin children, anyone is welcome to attend including foster parents, professionals, students, or community members.
It is our hope that by participating in this LIVE webinar, attendees will receive educational and helpful information. However, it is important to note that this webinar is not approved for foster parent training credit or CEU’s as attendance is not monitored during the webinar event.