Financial Freedom Webinar Recap and Replay

May 14, 2020

Children are expensive; from diapers, health insurance to all of the stuff in between supporting your growing family can quickly add up. And since we’re all about being prepared we think that should include financial preparedness as well. That’s why we went to someone we know to provide you with the steps you can take to crush your financial goals and financially protect your family.

Recap: During this webinar Kwamara Thompson discussed how parents can achieve financial freedom by exploring topics such as: 529 college savings, how to protect your income and assets (e.g. life insurance) and why cash is king and credit is queen.

Replay: Watch our Financial Freedom My Only Hope Q & A webinar with special guest expert or directly on our learning channel!

We would love to hear about your financial goals; are you creating and sticking to a budget? Share with us, leave your thoughts in the comments below or in our Facebook group.

Authored by Sharita Thompson, M.Ed, HBCE

Meet the Guest Expert

Kwamara Thompson

Kwamara is an accomplished speaker; leading discussions, presentations, and professional development at conferences across the country. She also sits on several boards and helps those organizations strategize and implement their education programming and strategic growth initiatives.
At TEC, Kwamara guides her virtual team of consultant educators as they work with organizations across the country to build capacity and deliver high quality programming and curriculum.

With a Masters in Education Leadership and a Bachelor’s from New York University, Kwamara brings over 15 years of experience as a leader, administrator, educator, coach, and mentor in schools and platforms on the local, district, state, and national levels.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, reading, hiking, and biking.

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