Financial Improvement Seminar

What is a financial improvement seminar?

The financial improvement seminar is a 2 – 2 1/2 hour workshop that consists of an overview lecture on the financial improvement philosophy describing in-depth how to become and stay Economically Intelligent for the first 45 minutes to an hour.  Then we’ll move on to the interactive and frankly, funner part of the financial improvement seminar.  This part gets the class involved and includes breaking the attendee’s off into teams to test what they have learned. We’ll set up a few simple financial situations and then some very complicated finance problems that entail multiple different things that can be affected by the outcome based on real world scenarios with a few good answers, but only one correct solution.  Much thought must go into each in order to get the best answer.

Why should you attend?

The reason(s) you should attend one of my financial seminars is most likely the same reason(s) you stumbled upon my site. To learn how to take control of your finances, start saving more money, and secure a better future for you and your loved ones. The second hour to hour and a half of the workshops are great practice in making the right fiscal decisions and sticking to them. Here’s what you’ll learn at my seminars:

  • How to Differentiate between “needs” and “wants”.
  • How to develop a budget and implement it as so you don’t feel like you’re in a financial lock down.
  • How to effectively and efficiently reduce debt.
  • How to set sensible short, intermediate, and long-term financial goals to keep momentum.
  • Balance a checkbook correctly.
  • How to apply for a mortgage to get the best deal.

At the end of the financial improvement seminar, attendees are provided an official E.I. Financial Improvement Program Certificate of Completion. Buy my book and sign up for the next upcoming Seminar today to get on the Road to Economic Intelligence and grab your piece of the American Dream.

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E.I. Tip: Divide Your Paycheck. Ask your company’s HR department to divide each of your paychecks between your savings & checking accounts. Set a specific percentage to automatically deposit into your savings so you’re less tempted to touch it while off work. Also, interest rates are generally higher for savings accounts than they are for checking.

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