How Money Works A Financial Literacy Workshop facilitated by James Farnham - Virtual Program (Online Via Zoom)
November 6, 2023
How Money Works
A Financial Literacy Workshop facilitated by James Farnham
Virtual Program - Online Via Zoom
This webinar is for anyone who wants to learn more about personal finance. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to improve your financial skills, this program will provide you with the information you need to make sound financial decisions. You will learn about:
How to save money for short-term and long-term goals
How to invest your money wisely and avoid the high cost of waiting
Identify and outline the three “Ds” of investing
Uncover and illustrate the Rule of 72
Paying off debt and the effects of compounding (both good and bad!)
Review the Theory of Decreasing Responsibility
Discover the power of tax-deferred saving
Demonstrate what is meant by the “time value of money”
Apply important concepts and principles to protect your financial assets
Make it clear why you need a financial plan and know your financial independence number
This is an educational event.
You must register in advance for this educational event.
At the registration page, please fill in your first name only and leave your last name blank.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Monday, November 6
7 P M
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