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Adulting 101 - Personal Finance (Part 1 of 2)

  • 338 Main Street San Francisco, CA, 94105 United States (map)

We all know that we're supposed to save money for the future, but how much? 5%? 10%? 15%? What are we supposed to do with this money? Stash it under the mattress? BitCoin? Buy a few stocks and hope for the best?

In this workshop we will dispel common myths and learn how to create a solid financial game plan for retirement, a big purchase, or achieving financial independence.

This workshop will take place over two sessions. The first one we will go over the basics of personal finance, and part 2 will deep dive into various asset classes.

Register here: https://e.sparxo.com/Adulting-101---Personal-Finance--session-1-of-2-?fbclid=IwAR3cn5eOp1g1I1ZyLsYYneCJZJbN_LeopS8HqYUX-836KrntQwFrfiZx7k4

Please note that this is a two part series and the most benefit would come from attending both events.

Link to part 2
https://www.facebook.com/events/783391445381457/

About our speaker:
“Eric Lau is a financial planner and one the managing principal to the Prudential Advisors firm in San Francisco. Eric launched his career in financial planning right after college where he noticed that most people were vested with the financial markets but lack financial knowledge. Eric’s success in financial services came from his passion to help and to educate individuals about what financial wellness is. He now leads and mentors a team of financial planner and wealth managers to not only help them build their practice but to advocate for the need for financial literacy in our community. Eric and his team now speaks in front of some of the largest corporation advocating for financial wellness in the workspace.

Eric believes that life should be lived with a purpose and the day we leave this life, we have done our purpose to leave imprints of our impact to others and the community. Eric serves on the board of the Chinese Realtor Association of America and a Business Council Member of Asian Health Services. “

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