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August 27, 2020
Westchester County Bar Association
Jean Chatsky's Money Philosophy – there are five things you need to do – consistently and habitually – in order to live comfortably:
1 - You need to earn a decent living. Decent, not outlandish. Earning more than you need to live comfortably is nice, but it doesn’t increase your happiness.
2 - You need to spend less than you make. Learning to do this is difficult – particularly during cycles when credit is free flowing. And retrenching if you’ve overdone it can take time. But it’s absolutely possible and I can help you get there.
3 - You need to save, then invest. All the money that you’re not spending needs to work as hard for you as you work yourself
4 - You need to protect the financial world you’ve built for yourself. With both insurance and a basic estate plan, you can ensure that no disaster – large or small – can take it all away from you and the people who depend on you.
5 - And finally, you need to give back in a way that is meaningful to you. For some people this will mean giving money, for others money and time.
Everything else is just icing on the cake. James Licata and Rachelle Gayer, both licensed Financial Planners with Prudential Advisors, will lead the conversation that answers questions, reviews, and compliments Jean's messages.
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This program has not been submitted for credit in any jurisdiction. Registrants will receive a Certificate of Attendance/Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in various jurisdictions.
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