For Immediate Release
United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region
Workshop on February 2 will focus on how to navigate household finances, prevent identity theft, and avoid becoming a victim of scams and fraud.
POUGHKEEPSIE & NEWBURGH, NY — You probably won’t be surprised to hear that, according to a recent report by Salary Finance, rising prices are eating away at most Americans’ standard of living. The report goes on to say that “As inflation pressures continue, two-thirds of working adults said they are worse off financially than they were a year ago.”
If you are feeling the pinch or losing sleep over how to make ends meet, you may be interested in attending a free, online Financial Literacy Workshop on Thursday, February 2, co-sponsored by Ulster Savings Bank and United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region. Matthew Agor, a banking veteran of over 14 years with Ulster Savings Bank and working in the Newburgh branch for 7 years, will be the presenter. The workshop is entitled Navigating Household Finances and the topics to be addressed include “Ten Rules for Personal Finance,” “Money Conversations – Talking Money 101,” “Banking in a Covid-19 World,” and “Corona Virus Scams.”
To register, go to https://fundraise.givesmart.com/vf/finances. After you register, a Zoom link will be sent to your email address a week prior to the workshop.
About the Presenter:
Matt utilizes a team-oriented management approach to make sure customer service is always prioritized. He is glad to work for a bank that supports local businesses and the community. He is a long-time supporter of the Walter Hoving Home drug and addiction treatment center for women, located in Garrison. He also works with United Way as a community grant reviewer every year while serving other organizations as much as he possibly can. About Ulster Bank: Ulster Savings Bank is a very healthy bank with a high net worth, strong capital, and high-quality assets. We are proud to be the recipient of numerous community awards reflecting our belief that helping community changes lives. Ulster Savings Bank remains a locally focused and operated bank, with locations throughout the Hudson Valley. For more information about Ulster Savings Bank or any of their products or services please visit: www.ulstersavings.com.
About United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region:United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community. In 2021-22, charitable contributions from individuals, businesses and organizations to United Way’s Community Fund supported nonprofit partners in delivering services to 131,991 residents of Dutchess and Orange Counties. For more information, go to www.uwdor.org.
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