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WWJ Offers 'Financial Fitness' Live Webinar Program

WWJ Newsradio 950 is turning to Web technology to deliver valuable financial education to its listeners and Web readers.

Every Thursday in April, a different financial topic will be covered by vetted experts in the 2011 Financial Fitness live video Webinar series.

Hosted by WWJ's Business Editor Murray Feldman and WWJ anchors Jayne Bower and Bill Stevens, upcoming topics to be covered include: saving for your child's or grandchild's college education; growing and protecting your money during the current globally turbulent times; and managing and reducing your debt.

So, save some green and brown-bag your lunch, then join us each Thursday in April at noon for these free non-commercial educational webinars.  You can register today, and anonymously post your questions in advance so the experts can address your issues during the live video webinar.

For more details on each of the weekly webinars, please click on the links below:

Noon Thursday, April 7
Michigan Education Savings Program
"Saving for Your Child's College Education"
Presenter: Renee Hill, Program Manager for the Michigan Education Savings Program
Details here.    

Noon Thursday, April 14
Investor Education in Your Community
"Your Money:  How to Get Control and Gain an Advantage in a Complex and Chaotic World"
Presenters:  Mark B. Robinson, CIMA, AIFA and Caterina deFalco, CFP
Details here.

Noon Thursday, April 21
GreenPath Debt Solutions
"Credit Reports and Scores: Separating Myth from Fact"
Presenters: Jane McNamara, President and CEO of GreenPath Debt Solutions and Mark Munzenberger, Director of Organizational Quality and Education for GreenPath
Details here

Noon Thursday, April 28
Huntington National Bank
"Developing Discipline Muscles: How Budgeting Can Improve Your Financial Health"
Presenters:  Mike Fezzey, President, Southeast Michigan Region, Huntington National Bank; Betsy McCue, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager for Huntington National Bank
Details here.

More about the program overall at this link.

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