March 28 (Hybrid) – Spring Maintenance
April 3 (Hybrid) – Insure to Be Sure
April 13 (Hybrid) – Budgeting/Saving/Credit
April 27 (Hybrid) – Retirement
May 11 – (Hybrid) – Credit Essentials
June 20 – (Hybrid) – Budgeting/Saving/Credit
June 21 – (Hybrid) – Summer Maintenance
August 22 – (Hybrid) – Budgeting/Saving/Credit
September 5 – (Hybrid) – Credit Essentials
September 19 – (Hybrid) – Insure to be Sure
September 21 – (Hybrid) – Fall Maintenance
October 3 – (Hybrid) – Budgeting/Saving/Credit
October 17 – (Hybrid) – Retirement
November 2 – (Hybrid) – Credit Essentials
December 19 – (Hybrid) – Winter Maintenance
All communities are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the THRHA Financial Literacy classes.
Financial Literacy training has been provided for 1,900 people during the past 6 years.
The Financial Literacy Program is designed to support our tribal citizens while encouraging self-sufficiency to help build stronger communities throughout Southeast, AK. The overall goal is to instill hope in their financial situation while educating them with valuable information to make permanent healthy changes to their financial habits.
Program Features: Three-Phase Financial Literacy Training:
- Phase 1: Building Native Communities: Financial Cent$ Class
- Phase 2: Building Native Communities: Credit Essentials Class
- Phase 3: Individual Financial Coaching focusing on financial independence and homeownership.
To sign up for an upcoming Zoom class please contact:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-780-6868
Elder Financial Abuse:
- Approximately one in 10 Americans aged 60+ have experienced some form of elder abuse. Some estimates range as high as five million elders who are abused each year. One study estimated that only one in 24 cases of abuse are reported to authorities. Offering elder education empowers this vulnerable demographic to take charge of their financial decisions and arm them with the resources they need. Staying healthy and financially secure as you age can be a challenge. Get the information and tools you need to manage your money, maintain your health, and improve your life.
Need assistance filing your personal income tax return? THRHA and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program are coming to your community to provide tax preparation support.
Items to Bring:
- All income information (if filing jointly, for both spouses)
- Social Security cards for ALL those claimed on your tax return
- Picture ID for you and your spouse
- Interest and any other investment statements
- Unemployment statements
- Social Security statements
- Pension or retirement statements
- Any 1099-DIV Forms
- Power of attorney (if you have one)
- Copy of previous years tax return
- Any other tax-related documents
- Your return will not be processed with partial documentation
Please note that we do not provide assistance for comprehensive income tax returns, business tax returns, or returns involving litigation or ongoing legal action.
The average cost to have a return prepared in Alaska is $300. This program is intended to be another tool for clients to use in their pursuit for financial freedom.