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The Artist’s Financial Plan: Investing, even if you've never done it before

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The Artist’s Financial Plan with Pamela Capalad & Dyalekt ( Class 2 )

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How to start investing, even if you’ve never done it before

Investing can feel like a scary thing to dive into, especially if you have no idea where to start. Luckily, it's become easier than ever now to start investing, even with a few dollars and you just need to know a few key terms to get going.

In this workshop, you'll learn some investment basics to get you started, including some of the jargon that you'll see thrown around, as well as how to tie your investments to your goals, which types of investment products to consider, and how to actually read your investment statement.

You will learn:

How to create a savings plan that includes investing regularly

The basics of investing in the stock market, including stocks, bonds, ETF's, mutual funds, alternative investments, etc.

The best companies/products to start investing with based on your individual needs, stomach for risk, and goals

About your 401k/403b, pension plan, IRA, Roth IRA, SEP IRA, and where and how to open these accounts and how to invest with them

How to read an investment statement

Socially responsible investing

Facilitator Bios

Pamela Capalad is a Certified Financial Planner™ and Accredited Financial Counselor™ and has been in the financial services industry since 2008. She founded Brunch & Budget to help people who felt ashamed or embarrassed about money have a safe and friendly place to talk about it and make real financial progress. Her mission is to make financial planning as affordable as possible for the communities who need it most.

Dyalekt is an MC, playwright, and educator. Mostly all at once. His first album/one man play Square Peg Syndrome helped him get named to the Public Theater’s Emerging Writer’s Group. He also took the show back to St Croix to rock 17 schools & orgs alongside a 6 week curriculum on identity and literacy. He has been a mainstay in NYC’s theater and Hip Hop scenes, rocking everywhere from the Bowery Ballroom to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and even the United Nations. His work focuses on understanding your own identity and finding your voice, communicating with other authentically, and building up your community.

Pam & Dyalekt teach hip hop + finance workshops to kids, teens, and college students across the country through Pockets Change. They host the Brunch & Budget podcast, where they discuss how personal finance & racial economic justice intersect. They also started the Race & Wealth Podcast Network with Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, Chief of Equity & Inclusion at NCRC. Through what they’ve learned in their work, they have started a group financial planning program designed for the needs People of Color called See Change.

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1427 Dekalb Avenue

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