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HAMILTON, OH (June 18, 2018) – Tiffani Jackson of Cincinnati recently became a Certified Financial Educator through the National Foundation for Credit Counseling. Jackson has been a Financial Education Counselor with LifeSpan since January 2015. She is also a Certified Consumer Credit Counselor and one of 138 nation-wide Certified Student Loan Counselor.
“I’m pleased to see Tiffani’s expertise as a presenter formally recognized with this certification,” Mary Day, Coaching and Financial Wellness Manager, said. “She is a valued resource on so many financial topics and consistently reaches a wide range of audiences, from individuals in homeless shelters to corporate executives.” Regardless of your income, having a more complete understanding of how credit scores are determined, how to put together a realistic spending plan, and set up a savings method can allow you to establish and pursue goals such as saving for a vacation or refinancing your home at a more affordable interest rate.
As a Financial Counselor and Educator for LifeSpan’s Coaching and Financial Wellness program, Tiffani Jackson works with every client to determine the best available options for their unique situation. From there, Jackson reviews the client’s entire financial state; housing, income, debt, to recognize where more money can be found to pay down debts, establish savings or whatever goal the client has set for himself.
Jackson said, “As a Certified Financial Educator, I have the opportunity to coach and motivate individuals, provide knowledge that audiences are hoping to gain, and give support and understanding to those in need as they work towards financial welling.”
LifeSpan, founded in 1945, serves clients from Southwest Ohio by offering innovative, cost-effective programs for individuals, families, groups and schools.
LifeSpan’s Coaching and Financial Wellness (formerly Financial Counseling and Education) program helps individuals become financially stable through three core components: Individual Coaching in which individuals work on their money management issues from budgeting to credit issues; Comprehensive Financial Workshops presented in partnership with businesses, agencies, nonprofit organizations; and, most recently, Online Financial Education through LifeSpan’s website.