Registration is open for Wealth Builder class in June

Taught by financial advisor Eric Coleman and sponsored by Planters Bank, the class will be limited to 20 participants.

Planters Bank will offer its sixth Wealth Builder class this summer, led by Eric D. Coleman, who teaches a “four-step process that is designed to help participants achieve financial freedom and build long-term, sustainable wealth.”

The class will be limited to 20 participants. They will meet from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 7 to 30, in the Latham Room at Planters Bank downtown. Participants will also have access to one-on-one financial coaching for one year. There is a $55 registration fee. Information and registration is available online.

Coleman, a Christian County native, owns and runs the Eric D. Coleman Financial Group.

“Our company is committed to equipping generations of individuals with the tools and strategies required to build long term, sustainable wealth,” Coleman said in a press release from the bank. “We are excited to work with Planters Bank on this endeavor. Both companies share a mutual desire to empower households to achieve financial independence.”

More information is available by contacting Jennifer Maddux at Planters Bank, 270-887-6981.

Registration is open for Wealth Builder class in June

Jennifer P. Brown | Hoptown Chronicle

Jennifer P. Brown is co-founder, publisher and editor of Hoptown Chronicle. You can reach her at editor@hoptownchronicle.org. She spent 30 years as a reporter and editor at the Kentucky New Era. She is a co-chair of the national advisory board to the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, governing board president for the Kentucky Historical Society, and co-founder of the Kentucky Open Government Coalition.