Hands on Banking: Strategies and Tools to Move Individuals Towards Saving

Join National Disability Institute, ABLE National Resource Center and Wells Fargo’s Hands on Banking for a conversation on how to use Hands on Banking to inform individuals with disabilities, their family members, AJC staff and community partners about ABLE accounts as a protected savings opportunity that can support ongoing education, employment and increased savings for some people who have disabilities. This webinar will highlight key strategies and tools that will assist individuals with disabilities and their families towards making informed choices around building savings and financial capability. The availability of ABLE accounts is a touch point that reinforces the acquisition of skills that include spending plan and savings plan development. This is also a time for understanding cash flow and principals of investing. This webinar will provide attendees with guidance on how Hands on Banking can enhance participants’ knowledge towards savings and financial capability.
Learning Objectives
Understand ABLE accounts
Identify steps to maximize savings
Overview of key activities and materials in Hands on Banking
Michael Morris, National Disability Institute
Mia Russell, Wells Fargo Hands on Banking
Michael Roush, National Disability Institute
Laurie Schaller, National Disability Institute
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 14:00 to 15:00
National Disability Institute, ABLE National Resource Center, Wells Fargo’s Hands on Banking
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