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Hopelink’s Financial Capability Program is committed to helping you confidently manage your money and achieve greater financial well-being for you and your family. We focus on gaining knowledge, building skills and providing access to safe and reliable services through:
The tax deadline may have passed but you can still file if you need to. The United Way of King County’s Free Tax Preparation Campaign is open for both virtual and in-person appointments through July 30th 2022. View a map of multiple locations that are open across King County.
Our financial coaches provide a safe, nonjudgmental space for you to explore your current financial situation while helping you find your own unique financial path forward.
Whether it’s creating a spending and savings plan, building credit, managing debt or navigating financial decisions, we are here to support you along your financial journey. Email FinancialCoaching@hopelink.org or call 425-250-3003 to make an appointment with one of our financial coaches.
Thank you for your interest in Hopelink’s financial education classes. We are busy working on new classes for the Fall 2022, including our “Let’s Talk About Credit” workshops with the King County Library System. Please check back for dates soon!
In the meantime, here are some helpful email courses and videos:
King County Library offers many additional free classes through their Invest in Yourself program.
Connect to safe and reliable resources to protect and manage your finances. Don’t see what you are looking for? Contact FinancialCoaching@hopelink.org and talk with one of our financial coaches about more resources.
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