Every individual has a unique situation and the ability to build financial stability and self-sufficiency. Our Financial Opportunity Center offers the tools to help you achieve your financial goals. Improving credit, paying off student loans, working to own a home and planning for retirement are some of the many topics covered in our no-cost training for our community.
Are your personal finances where you’d like them to be? If you’re experiencing mounting credit card debt, school loans, bad credit or even job loss, Goodwill’s Personal Finances program can help you gain the skills to obtain financial freedom and build a more stable future.
This class is currently available online only though our Goodwill Connect Digital Work Opportunity Center
A free course in money management designed to build personal financial stability and independence.
Key to Change is a 10-hour financial literacy course designed to give you the skills you need to make sound financial decisions for yourself and your family.
- Banking basics
- Debt management
FIRST Monday – Thursday of EACH MONTH
Morning Sessions: 10:00am – 12:30pm
Evening Sessions: 5:00pm – 7:30pm
Sessions are interchangeable but attendance of 1 session on all 4 days is required for course certificate.
Did you know that EITC is the largest benefit for workers and one of the two most effective anti-poverty programs in the United States, along with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)? But one in five eligible households aren’t claiming the EITC benefit.
Code for America has partnered with Goodwill to provide free assistance with filing personal and small business Federal Income Taxes. Our trained staff and community volunteers will assist you with completing any necessary forms and file your completed taxes electronically. To be eligible, a taxpayer’s household income must be under $66,000. We are currently offering assistance for tax year’s 2017, 2018 & 2019. Services are available through October 31, 2020.
Why file now?
This is a great opportunity to file for an extension or for those that have not filed in past tax years. There is still time to file your 2019 taxes and receive the stimulus payment.
How it works?
You can choose to file your taxes yourself, using the getyourrefund.org online form, or get help from one of our staff members. Just click on the Get Started button below. today.