How to Save, Spend, and Enjoy Life
What’s your child’s spending philosophy? Is she a spendthrift? Is he a hoarder? Or spend-it-as-comes? Do you have your share of family money dramas you would like to live without?
Join John Ferry and Matt Dicker, financial service professionals for NYLife Securities, for a free morning or evening seminar as athey give you the tools to help prepare your child to learn the tools towards financial independence on:
March 1 @ 10:00am
March 6 @ 07:00pm
RSVP is required!
Money problems in your family can be a catalyst for conflict. But that doesn't have to be so. With the guidance of our financial planners, you can bring your finances under control and relieve the worry, frustration, and anxiety that money can bring.
Topics covered include creating a budget, how to think about wills and end-of-life decisions, setting up college funds, planning for your retirements, and other legal documents questions.
Don't experience life lacking financial confidence. Strengthen yourself by learning how to maximize your family's finances, so whatever challenges or goals your family faces, you will all have planned the best possible route to take.
Take the first step towards a positive change for you and your family by attending this seminar. Kindly RSVP by calling Angela at 212-569-6200 ext 200 or emailing David Huggins email@example.com
You'll learn how to teach your family and your children that money is a tool for achieving and maintaining independence, how to teach saving versus accumulation, and how to teach your children how to budget for generosity.
This seminar is designed for parents, grandparents, mentors, and educators who raise or work with children age 5 to 18. Using our step-by-step guide, provided free of charge at the seminar, you’ll tool yourself with knowledge to prepare your children to become habitual savers, smart money managers, and responsible decision makers.
Remember, financial literary is economic self-defense. Start early to arm your kids well by attending this seminar.
For more information contact Deborah Katznelson (DKATZNELSON@YWASHHTS.ORG ) at 212-569-6200 ext. 219.