Financial Literacy Month Events and Activities
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THE FIRST 100 DAYS OUT OF COLLEGE
Wednesday, April 26 | 4:30-6:30 | 115 Rockefeller Hall
Presenter: Shannon St. Val, co-founder of My Financial Lane, Inc.
Led by Shannon St. Val, co-founder of My Financial Lane, Inc., a personal financial resources that helps members reach their financial goals through simple and effective methods all while having fun.
The average new graduate spends more time planning a Spring Break trip than their post graduation finances. This workshop is meant to touch on many of the financial issues that most recent grads might face when transitioning from school into a full time job. We will cover strategists for attacking student loan debt, implementing a financial plan (budget), common payroll deductions, medical care plans, 401K/retirement investing, how to avoid those common financial mistakes made by recent grads, and much more.
PERSONAL FINANCE SUCCESS STRATEGIES
Thursday, April 27 | 12:30 – 1:30 | lunch at 12:15 | 102 Mann Library | Register Here
Presenter: Vicki Bogan, PhD, Associate Professor, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management; Director, Institute for Behavioral and Household Finance
Professor Bogan will lead a discussion on personal finances emphasizing critical thinking skills essential to successful personal finance decision making today and in the future. Learn tools and strategies for budgeting, becoming informed consumers, and interacting with financial service professionals.