Nikkii and Reed are making a positive investment in their future through United Way’s RealSense financial education classes and money coaching.
Seeking to improve and establish their individual credit scores, the couple enrolled in free educational classes last spring and have since been on their way to financial stability. They teamed up with Rachel, a volunteer money coach, who helped them develop a plan and cheered them on toward their fiscal goals.
Through responsible money management, Nikkii recently paid off a burdensome car loan and is eliminating her credit card debt. Reed’s improved credit score has helped him qualify for lower interest rates. As they continue on the path to prosperity, the couple hopes to use their savings to buy a home.
To get connected with a free RealSense money coach and learn more about the services offered at Prosperity Place, call 904-330-3957 or visit us online.
The RealSense Prosperity Place is part of a larger, national partnership between Wells Fargo and United Way to build stronger communities by helping people become more financially stable. United Way of Northeast Florida is one of only eight that received a three-year $300,000 grant to participate in the Financial Capability Network, allowing Prosperity Place, located in the Wells Fargo Bank building within the Historic Springfield Community Learning Center, to offer year-round access to financial management resources, including free classes that help residents create budgets, manage bank accounts, save for the future and achieve financial stability.