University of Southern California

Student "Personal Finance Workshop" Series to Begin March 30 - April 20
Sessions Will Cover Budgeting, Taxes, and Other Common Concerns
March 30, 2010 • by News at Marshall

Designed to help students achieve greater financial security, USC Marshall School of Business and Center for Investment Studies students Katie Price and Meixi Chen have organized a "Personal Finance Workshop" series designed to introduce students to the tools they will need to manage their finances while in school and beyond.

Workshop topics will include common areas of concern for students related to personal finances, such as taxes, housing, and retirement planning. The sessions are intended to give students a real world education by providing access to experienced practitioners and academic approaches to each topic.

Location: Edison Auditorium in Hoffman Hall

Time: 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

The current schedule for the workshop sessions is:

March 30 – Housing
April 6 – Budgeting
April 13 – 401K and Investing
April 20 – Taxes

Each session will include a presentation by at least one practitioner in the field and a Marshall faculty member with related expertise, followed by time for questions.

For further questions about the Personal Finance Workshop, please contact Meixi Chen at meixiche@usc.edu or Katie Price at caitlihp@usc.edu.


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