Workshop Recap: “Be a BO$$ With Your Finances”
(part of the Financial Education Workshop Series)
It’s no secret that when it comes to discussing financial topics, many women feel uncomfortable. In fact, according to a recent study by Merril Lynch, 61% of women would rather discuss death than finances. But pushing these conversations to the wayside can be detrimental for your finances—the same study also said 41% of women wish they had done more investing.
In honor of Women’s History Month, CSD Learns presented a workshop series hosted by Roxann Richards and full of female financial experts to kickstart these discussions on popular topics like tax season and stimulus checks, the pandemic’s influence on the real estate market, and all the hype surrounding Bitcoin.
Each week, Roxann was joined by financial experts, ready to equip everybody with the knowledge that leads to financial freedom. Ready to be a Bo$$ with your finances? Check out the video recordings of each workshop below!
Watch the whole series below!
Week 1: “All About Stimulus Checks and Tax Season”
Roxann teams up with DeafTax Associated Preparers Masha Lashun, Pamela Singleton, Magaly Morales to discuss the COVID tax relief and answer your questions to make sure you feel ready to file your taxes!
Week 2: “House Hunting: All You Need to Know”
Roxann hosts Letitia Garland to discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the real estate market. Real Estate is booming and mortgage rates are at all-time lows, but that means lots of competitions! Letitia has advice for prospective homebuyers and current homeowners on how to navigate the market, which mortgage to pick, how much to put down, property taxes, and more!
Week 3: “All About Cryptocurrency”
Bitcoin. Doge Coin. Blockchain. Are you curious to understand the hype behind cryptocurrency? Roxann invites Megan Schwimmer, the co-owner of Modern Mint Group, to discuss cryptocurrency in our present and future!
Week 4 “Personal Finance Tips: What I Wish I Knew In My 20s”
In the final workshop of her series, Roxann discusses her own personal journey with finance, including all the things she wished she knew in her 20s and beyond.
This series was funded by the Wells Fargo Foundation.
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