West Los Angeles College will host a free seminar on “YOU and YOUR Money …decisions for today and the future” on Saturday, November 21 from 10:30am to 2:30pm. The seminar will be led by Assistant Professor of Accounting Charles V. Daniel, formerly an auditor at the international accounting firm of KPMG. He is also President of the Los Angeles Professional Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA).
This is a community service event. No products or services are being promoted or sold.
Professor Daniel will share information on how to wisely manage money, avoid financial pitfalls and identify doable strategies to recover from financial pitfalls. The seminar is designed to benefit both those at the start of and well into their financial life.
Topics to be covered will include:
– Leasing vs. Buying – What is Your Financial Life Break-Even?
– Dodging Financial Predators – Net vs. Gross Pay – What’s the Big Difference?
– What is Your Financial Life Markup? – Show Me My Money (Lessons on Saving and Spending)
– Good Credit for Life (FICO and Beyond) – AND Much More
While the event is free, an RSVP to www.WLAC.edu/Events is required. Campus location and parking information will be provided with confirmation of the RSVP. Afternoon lunch refreshments will be provided.
Also in the coming weeks, the college will host free evening information sessions on its pharmacy technician, ABA-approved paralegal, and medical assistant programs. These are among the fastest growing occupations in California. The dates are November 18, November 19 and December 6, respectively.