If you or someone you know calls Working In Neighborhoods (WIN) for information about our homebuyer program, you’ll talk with Kai Jones, WIN’s housing counselor intake specialist. Jones has first-hand experience with how WIN’s homebuyer classes and one-on-one counseling can help you achieve your goal of homeownership. In 2015, Kai Jones was a recently-married transplant
If you are retired and make financial gifts to charity, experts say Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) can minimize taxes while supporting your favorite causes. As long as you have a traditional Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or 401(k), you have to take the required minimum distributions (RMD) once you reach age 72. Provided that you don’t
WIN’s 2023 Hall of Fame honoree Robie Suggs discusses what drives her to help provide pathways to homeownership and financial equity for everyone in our community. WIN will recognize Suggs, along with Mercy Health and Cincinnati's First Ladies for Health, at the November 16 celebration at the Hyatt. Robie Suggs, CEO and President of Warsaw
So far this year, the U.S. has experienced 23 separate natural disasters, the highest number on record. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports that these disasters have taken at least 253 lives and caused more than $57 billion in damages. Are you prepared to deal with a disaster? Developing a plan that is
Click here to download WIN's Spring 2014 Newsletter and read about our upcoming events, progress on the 35th Anniversary House, and other good things happening at Working In Neighborhoods!