Down payment aid workshop scheduled
MUNCIE — If you are a first-time home buyer and you would like to purchase a home in Delaware, Madison, Blackford, Randolph or Henry counties, PathStone can help with an informational workshop at the PathStone office, 1917 W. Royale Drive, Muncie, 10 a.m.- noon or 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday.
The workshop is free of cost and open to the public. Registration is required.
Currently eligible home buyers may receive up to $5,000 in assistance for the purchase of a home in Muncie and up to $10,000 on select houses in Anderson. Guidelines and program requirements will be discussed at the workshop.
Call PathStone at 286-2162 to register.
Estate preservation focus of workshop
ANDERSON — Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will host a free educational workshop on estate preservation.
“Estate Strategy Essentials,” a 45-minute workshop will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, at Christ Lutheran Church, 2751 N. Scatterfield Road. The workshop is presented by Michelle Walker, FIC, a financial representative with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans in Hartford City.
To register, call Michelle Walker at 635-6253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservation deadline is Jan. 28. A complimentary dinner will be served before the workshop.
Haynes affiliated with cfd Accounting
ANDERSON — Chris Haynes, PC, an Anderson-based tax, accounting and business valuation firm, has announced its affiliation with cfd Accounting, a firm with offices in Fishers, Kokomo and Marion.
cfd Accounting provides personalized financial guidance to individual and business clients. cfd Accounting’s expertise ranges from tax management and accounting services to financial statement preparation.
Down payment aid workshop scheduled
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