Over the years, we’ve found that taking Financial Peace University (FPU) with others is the most effective way to learn the principles we teach and put them into practice. We know talking about money is hard because it can be so personal. But when you’re in a room or on a video call with other people who are going through this with you, those walls start to come down.
That’s because an FPU class is a safe, nonjudgmental space where everyone can share their experiences and get better with money together. You’ll get encouragement and accountability from your other class members (and give some in return). You’ll also have the guidance of a coordinator throughout the class experience.
And frankly, you're more likely to stick with the class if you have it on your calendar once a week for nine weeks.