CCCS offers a wide variety of free or low cost workshops throughout the year at various community organizations and companies. Financial topics include better managing your finances, understanding your credit, preventing and identifying identity theft, managing student loan repayment, among other topics. All classes are led by experienced financial experts who are nationally certified.
CCCS of Buffalo can customize workshops to meet the needs of particular audiences!
Call (716) 712-2060 to learn more and schedule a workshop for your group.
Click on the event calendar below to register, a CCCS representative will contact you to confirm your registration.
NOTE: NO CLASSES ARE OFFERED ON FEDERAL HOLIDAYS.
The topics covered will include, but will not be limited to: budgeting and calculating fixed, flexible and variable expenses; financial tools, i.e. comparison shopping and maintaining accurate financial records; how your credit score affects you, contracts and choosing the right insurance, consumer law protection and warning signs of financial trouble.
A comprehensive overview of what information is on your credit report and how your credit score is determined. Valuable tips and suggestions are given to build, rebuild and protect your credit as well as increase your credit score.
A step by step guide to putting together a workable budget for your household to help you achieve your financial goals. Several different budgeting methods are reviewed to give you options in finding what method works best for you.
Our goal is to educate as many college students as possible regarding responsible ways to obtain and use credit. Using a NFCC resource tool called "College Credit for Life", CCCS of Buffalo, Inc. will instruct college students on techniques and tips to better manage their financial future.
Tailored to the needs and interests of your organization, a certified presenter is available to present on the mission of CCCS of Buffalo as well as the services that our agency provides.
A course designed for first-time homebuyers or individuals that have not purchased a home recently. This course gives participants the step-by-step information in preparation of homeownership, understanding lending requirements and how to maintain their home once they own it.
Learn Budgeting, Saving for emergencies, Home maintenance, making your home energy efficient and how to refinance your mortgage.
Learn steps to take to avoid foreclosure, loss mitigation process, workout options, how to avoid scams and predatory lending and resources available for assistance.
Attend a workshop, seminar, or stop by an event, we look forward to seeing you there!