My Money & Me! 4-part financial education series @Farmington Community Library

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  1. 4/3/13, My Money & Me part 1: Know the Flow!

  2. 4/17/13, My Money & Me part 2: Money, Getting To Know You!

  3. 5/1/13, My Money & Me part 3: Get S.M.A.R.T. About Goal Setting and Spending

  4. 5/7/13, My Money & Me part 4: Manage Your Future Now!

    This 4-part series brings useful instruction on developing good money manners to help you cultivate and maintain a more informed, productive and potentially less-stressful relationship with your money. 

Register with the library: 248.553.6880.

You will learn easy-to-follow methods for identifying and working through money-related issues, how to set ‘smart’ goals and how to develop a personal spending plan.  You’ll also learn easy-to-grasp concepts on investing, asset allocation and diversification applied to your specific goals, as well as direction on how to manage the financial needs of your ‘present self’ while planning for the financial needs of your ‘future self’. 

In taking this series, you’ll acquire the money manners and skills needed to better manage the often strained and complicated relationship we have with money. My Money and Me series developed by Mark B. Robinson, in collaboration with Michigan State University Extension.

Michigan’s highly-successful “Investor Education in Your Community” (IEIYC) program and excerpts of its content have been presented to over 20,000 Michigan residents through libraries, community centers, community colleges, Fortune 500 companies and media webcasts. 

Thousands of additional Michigan residents have heard or viewed IEIYC content through recurring interviews on CBS Radio (WWJ Newsradio 950) and news features with News Anchor and Business Editor, Murray Feldman on WJBK FOX 2 News.

Free to attend and free from sales pitches, the new series, My Money and Me!, is the answer to hundreds of requests for “MORE” financial education presentations.

Presented by an unparalleled and dynamic speaker, you will receive quality information from a trusted source, without the worry that someone will try to ‘sell’ you something.

Educational opportunities for Michigan residents get no better than this! 


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