WorkLife Programs provides financial services, classes to employees
Through a partnership between Human Resources WorkLife Programs and Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union, all employees have access to free, confidential credit counseling services. In addition to the services offered through PEFCU, WorkLife Programs also will hold a series of noon-hour financial workshops for Purdue Saves Week, Feb. 21-25.
Employees who have questions about their finances or are struggling with a financial challenge can take advantage of these local resources. PEFCU credit counselors can help with balancing accounts, preparing a budget, reviewing your credit report, solving short-term challenges, and planning for future needs.
Informational packets with further details about the services available from PEFCU are available in Freehafer Hall; the WorkLife Programs office at Purdue West Shopping Plaza (PWF), 1402 W. State St.; and the WorkLife Programs’ Employee Assistance office, 501 Hayes St.
Counseling appointments are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and after-hours appointments are available by request. Counseling services are open to all Purdue employees, not just those who are PEFCU members.
Regional campus employees may contact WorkLife Programs at 765-494-5461 to request a packet. Telephonic financial counseling is available to those on regional campuses.
Employees also may attend programming for Purdue Saves Week, Feb. 21-25. During the week, WorkLife Programs will hold a series of noon-hour financial workshops:
* Feb. 21: Purdue Saves on Taxes
* Feb. 22: Purdue Saves and Invests
* Feb. 23: Purdue Saves and Protects from Auto Fraud
* Feb. 24: Purdue Saves for College
* Feb. 25: Purdue Saves at Work
To register for Purdue Saves Week classes or other offerings from WorkLife Prgorams, go to www.purdue.edu/worklife and log in with your career account and password, or call WorkLife Programs at 49-45461.
For more information, contact WorkLife Programs at 49-45461.
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