This is a sponsored (paid) post for ABLE United through Bloggin’ Mamas, but I am a big fan of this program and encourage you to check it out.
Financial decisions impact our everyday lives – everything from putting gas in our car to what we put in and on our bodies relies requires money. Financial literacy is key to being able to manage our money successfully. This is budgeting. Not spending more than we have. Knowing what items to prioritize. This is especially challenging for people with disabilities who often have big decisions to make like medication or food.
Results from the National Disability Institute’s report on Financial Capability of Adults with Disabilities tell us that people with disabilities are having more difficulty than others covering expenses, paying bills, saving, coming up with funds in an emergency, planning ahead, and effectively managing money. In fact, responses to a survey measuring basic financial knowledge showed that individuals with disabilities showed to be twice as challenged compared to individuals without disabilities.
In celebration of National Financial Literacy Month, ABLE United is hosting a webinar on how you can save tax-free and invest for you or your loved one’s future. Representatives from Callan, ABLE United’s investment consultants, will help current and prospective account holders understand investing, risk, performance, and the differences between each of ABLE United’s investment options.
How to Save and Invest with ABLE United Webinar
Thursday, April 19th
12 – 1 P.M. EST
If you’re not already an ABLE United account holder, sign up today by visiting ableunited.com and start saving for a better life experience – and make sure to use “LASTMOM17” upon sign-up to receive a free enrollment package.