Your Relationships and their Impact on Your Financial Choices: A Discussion
The current state of the economy has forced virtually everyone to review and make adjustments to their finances. Do you want to know more about how your relationship(s) with your spouse/significant other, children, parents/extended family can positively or negatively impact your financial situation?
Young Government Leaders (YGL) invites you to this session that will be presented by representatives from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). This session will focus on how relationships can impact the financial choices made by individuals. Three levels of relationships - spouse/significant other, children, parents/extended family- will be addressed.
This session will outline the importance of building and recognizing the differences and the similarities that exist at the first level and allowing those lessons learned or taught to transfer to the second level. At the third level, the discussion will relate to the first two levels in that it will focus more on reviewing past choices and additional factors created by a parent or extended family. Regardless of the level of the relationship – the significant impact on an individual’s views, habits and practices with money and finances will be reviewed.
This popular and well-attended session has been previously presented as part of a financial literacy brown bag series, Your Money, Your Choices, Your Future, at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
When: Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: The National Academy of Public Administration (see directions below)
900 7th Street, N.W., Suite 600, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 347-3190
Directions to the Academy:
The Academy is located on the 6th floor of the IBEW building at 900 7th Street, N.W. The
building occupies the corner of 7th and I Street N.W. By Metro, take the Gallery
Place/Chinatown Metro Station and exit one block North.
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Young Government Leaders (YGL)
YGL is a professional organization of men and women employed by the Federal Government who are young in their service and/or fresh in their perspective. Our mission is to educate, inspire, and transform the current and future leaders of the Federal Government.
Our membership consists of over 1800 (and counting) young feds at more than thirty U.S. departments and agencies. Our organization is committed to serving as a coordinated voice for the current and future generations of young government leaders by providing a community of leadership through professional development activities, networking opportunities, social events, and seminars.