PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Statistics show that women tend to lag behind men when it comes to managing money, but Greylock Federal Credit Union and Berkshire Community College are looking to close the gap.

The two have partnered to present a six-week series for women attending the college who are seeking to improve their financial management skills. Women will hear about a number of timely topics including tracking spending and creating a budget, determining which financial products are the best ones for their needs, debt management, renting versus buying a home, knowing what a credit score means and planning for retirement. The sessions kicked off Oct. 4 and will run through Nov. 8.

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