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For the 2014 MoneySmarts conference, we were thrilled to present Michel B. Rubin, founder of Total Candor, LLC as our keynote presenter.

Author of the bestseller Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck and The Savings Solution, Michael is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. In addition to his experience providing sophisticated financial advice to affluent clients, Michael has been a key source of information for over a decade to countless others. He speaks passionately about and provides guidance on virtually all personal financial planning topics.

Michael has appeared in various media, including radio and TV stations across the country, plus national media such as CNN Money.com, latimes.com, The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney.com, Chicago Tribune, Financial Advisor Magazine, and Investment News.

Prior to founding Total Candor LLC, Michael worked in the personal financial services practices of two of the former “Big Six” accounting firms. Subsequently working for several years as a new venture executive for Toys “R” Us, Inc., he made sure that he never actually grew up. He holds an undergraduate business degree from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He is also the Chief Operating Office and Chief Financial Officer of Sleepnet Corporation in Hampton.

 

 

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MoneySmarts for Teachers

A Personal Development Conference for Granite State Teachers

May 8, 2014

Grappone Conference Center
Concord, NH

2014 Conference Brochure

Register Here

Registration Closes April 25

This informative, FREE, one-day conference helps educators increase their personal financial literacy skills to enhance current curriculum, or incorporate and implement curriculum, You'll enjoy a variety inspiring keynote speakers and topics, and the opportunity to network with other educators from the Granite State!

To help make this day possible for as many educators as possible, NH Jump$tart has made the following accommodations:

  • Funding for your substitute teacher!
    NH Jump$tart will supply substitute teacher reimbursement stipend for you or your school up to $50.
  • Free overnight accommodations for teachers traveling more than 60 miles to attend the conference!

  • Conference materials, luncheon, and up to five professional development hours.

The 2014 Workshops:

Identity Theft - 2014

David Rienzo, Asst. Attorney General, NH Department of Justice

Certainly identity theft is not new – but it is constantly changing and evolving. This session will outline some of the newest scams and how to protect yourself.


How Can We Get Students Interested in Investing?

William Geyer, Fidelity Investments

Down the road, when today's teens head off to college or begin careers, they will face choices and responsibilities that will have long-term effects on their financial futures. They must be prepared to make wise decisions about current money management, but how can we help them to understand that they have the power of time on their side to really make a difference in their financial future?


Tax Time is Savings Time

Cary Gladstone, MS, CED, Granite United Way

Taxes is a lesson for any time during the year. Adults and youth can learn more about the role personal income taxes play in their overall financial picture. Attendees will learn about tax credits, building savings through their tax return, and how to avoid “intaxication.”


Take Charge Today!

Becky Barry, Take Charge America Institute at the University of Arizona.


The new Take Charge America program (formerly the Family Economics and Financial Education program - FEFE) offers a family finance curriculum that is “designed, tested, and edited by educators for educators.” The program provides more than 25,000 educators nationwide with free, ready-to-teach classroom materials, teacher training, online resources and other tools to incorporate lessons related to money management into their 7th-12th grade classrooms.


The High School Financial Planning Program
TBA, National Endowment for Financial Education

The High School Financial Planning Program has undergone recent revisions to update content and develop learning activities that are relevant to current student needs and financial trends. Come and learn about the enhanced and broader array of program materials, both in print format and downloadable from a new program website.


Help Your Students Become W!SE Certified Financially Literate™!

Andrea M. Campbell, W!SE Financial Literacy Certification Program


Working in Support of Education (W!SE), an educational not-for-profit, will deliver a workshop presentation on the W!SE Financial Literacy Certification Program, an award-winning program that offers instructional support to teachers of personal finance and the opportunity, through our national standardized Financial Literacy Certification Test, for high school students to become Certified Financially Literate™


Making Insurance Real for Students

Jennifer Robinson, InVEST
InVEST, a school-to-work insurance program, teams with high school and college educators to provide a useful insurance curriculum for students. With the help of InVEST liaisons (insurance professionals), students could have the opportunity for job shadow days, internships or even careers after “graduating” from InVEST.


Open Session:

Teacher Roundtable
In this peer-to-peer session, this is your opportunity to ask questions to, and share ideas with, your colleagues directly. The topic will be integrating technology into the classroom to reach today’s students. The good, the bad and the ugly.

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