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Save the date for this Wednesday, April 25, 2018, for a full day of Facebook live streaming with some of the best personal finance experts from across the globe. Jason Vitug of Phroogal has partnered with the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) and MetLife Foundation to bring you some amazing speakers who will share their best secrets to improving financial health.
How To Watch The #FinHealthMatters Day Facebook Live Marathon
If you’re interested in attending the FinHealthMatters Facebook live stream, go to the Phroogal Facebook page to watch and participate.
Each of the 22 sessions is only 20 minutes long, so take a quick break in between work or time with your family and friends to learn some of the best tips and tricks from the experts.
- How I paid off my SoFi student loans 9 years early
- I’ve paid off my auto loan, what comes next?
- How to save money on travel
When does the #FinHealthMatters live stream start?
The #FinHealthMatters live stream starts at 7 am Eastern time (4 pm Pacific). That’s crazy early for those of us on the West Coast!
But don’t worry, the live stream literally goes on all day long. The last session starts at 10:30 pm Eastern (7:30 pm Pacific) time.
Most people won’t attend the live stream all day, but will bounce in and out based on their schedule and interest level in what is being talked about.
Who will be speaking at #FinHealthMatters?
There will be 22 speakers from across the internet. Their expertise will range from travel hacking (me) to side hustles (David Carlson) to early retirement (Deacon Hayes) to student loan payoff (Robert Farrington). And there’s so much more!
Here’s the schedule for #FinHealthMatters — all times are Eastern:
- 7 am: Jason Vitug of Phroogal – Welcome to #FinHealthMatters Day on the Road to Financial Wellness.
- 7:30 am: Javier Gutierrez of Dreamer Money – Financial dreams of D.R.E.A.Mers and the DACAmented.
- 8 am: Athena Lent of Money Smart Latina – Connecting the underserved and unbanked to community resources.
- 8:30 am: Candice Marie of Young Yet Wise – Achieving debt freedom after losing your job unexpectedly.
- 9 am: David Auten & John Schneider of Debt Free Guys – Financial health of the LGBT community.
- 9:30 am: Tiffany Aliche of The Budgetnista – How to become a Dream Catcher and live richer.
- 10 am: Joe Saul-Sehy of Stacking Benjamins – Role of podcasts as financial edutainment.
- 10:30 am: Rod Griffin of Experian – Understanding credit from a credit bureau.
- 11 am: Kate Dore of Cashville Skyline – DIY freelancer benefits package.
- 11:30 am: Lee Huffman of Bald Thoughts – Showing people how to travel more, spend less, and live better.
- 12 pm: Tanya Ladha of Center for Financial Services Innovation – Get in a FinHealth frame of mind.
- 12:30 pm: Lunch break.
- 1 pm: Robert Farrington of The College Investor – Student loan debt payoff strategies.
- 1:30 pm: James Reid of MetLife – How to use employee benefits to support your financial health.
- 2 pm: Lacey Langford of Lacey Langford – Military money and transition.
- 2:30 pm: Deacon Hayes of Well Kept Wallet –
- 3 pm: Barbara O’Neill of Rutgers NJAES – Financial health of students and effectiveness of personal finance courses.
- 3:30 pm: Phil Schuman of Money Smarts – Credit and the college student experience.
- 4 pm: Bobby Lee of 2 Minute Finance – Asian American and Pacific Islander financial wellness.
- 4:30 pm: Amanda Abella of Amanda Abella – First-generation American and financial lessons.
- 5 pm: Lauryn Williams of Worth Winning – Addressing the financial needs of student-athletes and professional athletes.
- 5:30 pm: Desirae Odjik of Half Banked – A Millennial Canadian perspective on financial health.
- 6 pm: Dasarte Yarnway of Berknell Financial – Professional financial advice for 20- and 30-somethings.
- 6:30 pm: Dinner break.
- 7 pm: Lynnette Khalfani-Cox of Ask the Money Coach – How to live your best financial life.
- 7:30 pm: Ashley Hill of College Prep Ready – How to pay less for college without student loans.
- 8 pm: Jen Hemphill of Jen Hemphill – Understanding the Latino-American money perspective.
- 8:30 pm: David Carlson of Young Adult Money – Side hustles to achieve debt freedom.
- 9 pm: Shalynn Kellogg of Delta Consulting – Financial health of Native Americans.
- 9:30 pm: Talaat and Tai McNeely of His and Her Money – Finance and Marriage.
- 10 pm: Jason Vitug of Phroogal – Late night recap.
- 10:30 pm: Michelle Jackson of Michelle is Money Hungry – Late Night Bonus Discussion: Freelancing.
- 11 pm: Kevin Matthews II of Building Bread – Late Night Bonus Discussion: Investing.
The Bald Thoughts
It is an honor to be able to participate in the FinHealthMatters live stream. Big thanks to Jason for the invite and to CFSI and MetLife Foundation for sponsoring this valuable opportunity to share some of our best strategies to improve the finances of those participating.
In the comments below, please share which of the sessions you’re most interested in. We hope to see you on Wednesday!