November 17, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PT
Building wealth eludes many people, but for the wrong reason. Too often, the basic lessons to successful personal financial management have not been taught or, worse, are learned by making mistakes in the school of hard knocks. Unfortunately, many are led to believe financial success requires sophistication. But the good news is all it takes is the right kind of common sense.
This fast-paced, entertaining, 45 minute topic puts critical information into a useful, every day context that everyone, regardless of financial status, can benefit from and use to take control of their financial destiny. The discussion covers practical ways to understand and implement strategies and techniques for budgeting, spending, saving, investing, insurance, retirement planning, and more.
Vic Clement is an experienced instructor and speaker, frequently being invited to speak at regional events such as the Los Angeles Accounting and Finance Show. As a licensed advisor, helping clients across America, he brings practical real world experience to his seminars and workshops, creating relatable and memorable attendee experiences.
In his professional practice, Vic is a financial planner who puts people in control of their personal financial management, investment positioning, and insurance strategies through easy to follow methods developed through his experience working with labor organizations and certified public accountants across America. He provides his community with financial education, coaching, advice, and management.
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