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January 6, 2013

FNB-Weatherford to host Dave Ramsey Financial Seminar

First National Bank-Weatherford will host the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University seminar beginning Jan 17.

Registration is available at www.daveramsey.com. Cost of the class is $89 per couple.

Dave Ramsey’s class will teach you everything you need to know about dumping debt, building wealth and changing your family tree. More than one million families have attended FPU with amazing results. On average, they pay off $5,300 in debt and save $2,700 in just 90 days.

FPU coordinator Bill Kiker, a successful business owner, will lead the classes that meet for one hour a week for nine weeks.

What will you learn?

Lesson 1: Super Saving Common Sense for Your Dollars and Cents

Dave explains the seven baby steps that will guide you throughout Financial Peace University. You will also learn the three key reasons why you should save money—and why you must start now.

Lesson 2: Relating With Money Nerds and Free Spirits Unite!

Learn why it’s important for spouses to communicate and work together toward success. Also, singles will learn the importance of accountability, and parents will find out how to teach their kids about money.

Lesson 3: Cash Flow Planning The Nuts and Bolts of Budgeting

Learning how to take control of your money starts with a budget. Unlock the secret of developing a monthly spending plan that really works.

Lesson 4: Dumping Debt Breaking the Chains of Debt

It’s time to debunk some common debt myths. Dave reveals the truth about credit lies and gives you a plan to walk out of debt with confidence.

Lesson 5: Buyer Beware The Power of Marketing on Your Buying Decisions

Dave draws on decades of experience to reveal the power and influence that marketing has on your everyday buying decisions.

Lesson 6: The Role of Insurance Protecting Your Health, Family and Finances

In this lesson, Dave walks you through the world of insurance, carefully explaining what you need—and what you need to avoid.

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