Family Matters: Your Financial Lifetime
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
at Natural History Museum of Utah in Canyon Room
301 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City,
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 and Louis Barajas who defies the traditional concept of financial and business expert. They 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