"Money for your Life" - Personal Finance Seminar

  • Tuesday, October 22, 2019
  • 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
  • C9 Atherton Hall

"Money for Your Life - A Personal Finance Seminar" with Bob and Susan Edwards.

Take control of your financial life and let your personal goals drive your spending and investment decisions. Mr. & Mrs. Edwards provide a top-down approach to managing your money: pay check to bill paying.

Seminar Topics

  • What's a 401(k) and should I get one?
  • Do I have a monthly budget? How do I set it up so it doesn't take a lot of time and effort?
  • Should I use credit cards? How to avoid their risks and optimize their usefulness.
  • What's a credit score and how do I make sure it's not a problem?
  • How do you manage and make investments?

At the end of the 2 hour hands-on workshop, you will have information and resources that give you the confidence to take control of your financial life.

Student Testimonials

"College is a great place to teach people technical skills for adulthood, but many people often forget about basic life skills like savings. Bob and Susan Edwards were able to take a complex topic like money management and easily outline the important points we should know for adulthood, and gave me the resources I need to be prepared."

"The workshop offered an essential first time exposure to the world of personal finance in an easy to understand, low-pressure setting."

"The topics they focused on effectively pinpointed the essential that we as young adults need to know."

"The workshop was informal yet incredibly enlightening and informative."

The workshop is hands on, so you are REQUIRED TO BRING YOUR LAPTOP. You will also receive a free copy of the book, "I will Teach you to be Rich" Second Edition, by Ramit Sethi which will be used in the workshop.

Be sure to RSVP by Friday, October 18 at the link below, to reserve your seat and your book. Please note, our seating capacity is full, starting October 17, when you RSVP, your name will be added to a waitlist in the event we have cancellations.

PLEASE NOTE: There are two workshops this day, the first one is from 4:00-6:00, please RSVP for only one, they are both the same, just presented at different times to give all students an opportunity to attend.

Event Contact

Rosanna Mersinger
Student Programs
Schreyer Scholar Taylor Haddad

As a physician, I hope to unite my enthusiasm for philanthropy and service with my fascination of the human body and how its many diverse systems work together to create a remarkable machine of life.

Taylor Haddad '19 Biobehavioral Health

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