Family Matters: Your Financial Lifetime
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
at St. Louis University, Sinquefield Stateroom
221 North Grand Blvd
This event is made possible by TIAA-CREF, an organization that is committed to enriching and facilitating the conversation around financial awareness and responsibility.
NPR Hosts, David Greene and Robert Smith take audiences on a journey through stories about theirs and your personal finance. NPR presents Family Matters: Your Financial Lifetime, as a multi-generational, interactive, lively and—believe it or not-- fun conversation about money that takes a deep-dive into conventional wisdom about saving for college, home ownership and retirement. David and Robert will speak with Michelle Singletary, Personal Finance Columnist from The Washington Post; Alvin D. Hall, American Financial Advisor and Media Personality; and Erin Currier, Director of the Economic Mobility Project at Pew who will share their own stories, while hearing yours. We’ll all leave with new perspectives and answers, and a commitment to continue sharing on NPR and NPR.org.
Because the conversation starts here, but it goes on for the rest of your life.
Reserve your seat now; seating is limited.
Please note that doors open at 6:00 PM