Paychecks come with big choices! Want to enter the real world with confidence about managing your finances? Join us on 3 Thursdays in February to lunch (free pizza!) and learn about personal finance.
- Budgeting, Insurance & Taxes: February 14, Noon, ELC Forum
Get ready for life after Bucknell with Curtis Nicholls, Assistant Professor of Management and learn the basics of personal finance. Professor Nicholls will cover budgeting for your lifestyle, talk about insurance and taxes, and explain the Time Value of Money.
- Managing Credit: February 21, Noon, ELC Forum
In this session, Assistant Professor of Management Cindy Guthrie will discuss strategies for spending your money wisely and how to manage debt. Learn about credit score and credit cards, how mortgages really work, and tips for buying that shiny convertible.
- Investments & Saving for Retirement: February 28, Noon, ELC Forum
What will you do with the excess cash flow from the paychecks you will make after graduation? Assistant Professor of Management Stacy Mastrolia will discuss the players and products in the investing arena and how you can reach your financial goals. Learn about the many tools you can use to save for your future successfully: CDs, mutual funds, 401ks, IRAs, and others.
Students may attend any or all sessions of interest. Sign up on the BRIDGE!
This is a Life After Bucknell Program designed for seniors, but any interested students may attend.
Off campus living program credit is available for attendance. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.