In today’s turbulent financial climate, trusted advisor Jean Chatzky guides audience members in shoring up their assets with her seasoned, common sense advice. An expert on everything from debt elimination and mortgage options to retirement planning and long-term care insurance, Chatzky takes the complicated world of personal finance and makes it easily accessible to all. Encouraging audiences to become investment savvy through research, she tells them it’s never too early or too late to get started building an investment portfolio and unraveling family finances. She reveals what they need to know, who they need to talk to, and even what they need to say. Chatzky serves as financial editor for NBC’s Today, host of a series of “money minutes” on CNBC, and editor-at-large for Money magazine, where her Money Talks column appears on the prestigious back page. She writes a bi-weekly column on personal finance for USA Weekend and the Personal Time: Your Money column for Time magazine. Chatzky is the author of three books on personal finance, including the forthcoming You Don’t Have To Be Rich: Comfort, Happiness and Financial Security on Your Own Terms.
When it comes to talking about money, getting started is the hardest step of all. In this enlightening presentation based on her book Talking Money, Jean Chatzky guides audiences into the world of finance with the friendly, down-to-earth advice that sets her apart from other financial experts today. Always attentive to real people with real issues about money, she uses her personal experience and professional knowledge to explain everything from credit to equity, bond funds to college savings plans, with clarity and insight. This presentation will help your audience build confidence and competence in discussing financial issues and get their portfolio in order by outlining: who they need to talk to, what they need to talk about, and what they need to say.
The Secrets of Successful Women Investors
Even though statistics about women managing their money tend to be all doom and gloom, there’s an untold story out there. Some women are actually managing their money spectacularly. Jean Chatzky has spoken to dozens of them, isolated their behaviors and boiled them down to seven secrets. In this presentation she shares those seven secrets and more, in the hopes giving women the confidence to take charge of their investments.
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