SAFE Program: Building a Better Budget and Understanding Credit

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Date: April 7, 2023
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Virtual location: Zoom Go to virtual location
Category: Community/Service

Join WSU, Institute of Gerontology, Successful Aging thru Financial Empowerment (SAFE) program the first friday of each month for expert speakers & trusted information for financial health and safety.

Friday, April 7th at 1-2:00 pm (Eastern)

Building a Better Budget and Understanding Credit

Nicole Detriech, Lake Trust Credit Union

Do finances seem a bit tight these days? Have you been thinking about creating a budget? Are you in need of good tips on maximizing your credit score? Nicole's presentation will assist you in reflecting on your personal financial journey and the emotional connection to money, provide budgeting resource and tips and and share best practices around credit.
Zoom Meeting Link:
OR Phone in:312-626-6799 US
Meeting ID: 975 2023 0192
Passcode: 804178

SAFE educates, coaches, protects and empowers older adults and caregivers who need help managing their finances. SAFE can help prevent fraud and identity theft, and help victims recover stolen identity and funds.

Hope to see you! 

For more SAFE information contact:
SAFE Program Director LaToya Hall at or 313-664-2608

For additional SAFE assistance visit was created by Dr. Peter Lichtenberg, Director of WSU, University Institute of Gerontology. His site provides resources (for older adults, professionals, caregivers) to help prevent and identify incidents of financial exploitation, such as, undue influence, financial mismanagement, and fraud.

Wayne State University is and Age-friendly University

April 2023