Financial ServicesHelping others move beyond poverty through financial education.
Money is an important tool. It empowers people with resources so they can create the life they want.
The median household income in the U.S. was reported at $68,703. In Milwaukee, the median household income was more than 30% less at $41,838. Additionally, the 2020 U.S. Census reported over 25% of people in Milwaukee are living in poverty.
This is why we offer financial programs, to help Milwaukee residents move beyond poverty. And with the current COVID-19 pandemic and the unemployment rate reaching nearly 15% in Wisconsin in 2020, many people were forced to reflect on their financial habits as they struggled to maintain their lifestyles.
Whether you need help saving for a car or home, SDC’s financial literacy coach can help you create a budget, reduce debt, improve your credit score, and even help you save for retirement.
In addition to financial literacy, SDC has helped Milwaukee County residents keep more of their money during the tax season with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program. By helping taxpayers take advantage of credits like the child tax credit, SDC helps families increase their annual income through our free tax preparation service.
SDC is here to help.
Financial Literacy empowers individuals to take charge of their finances. SDC provides one-on-one financial coaching, classes, and workshops to provide a foundation for improving your financial well-being.Learn more
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Many individuals go to commercial tax preparers when it is not necessary, paying between $200-$600 for a simple tax return. Our VITA volunteers are trained on all of the latest tax law changes, and they help thousands of individuals and families throughout Milwaukee County each year during the tax season.Learn more
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