NPR Presents: Family Matters, a conversation series about money and family finances, is coming to Stony Brook University on Thursday, November 12, co-sponsored by the East End’s NPR affiliate, WPPB 88.3 FM.
Led by Morning Edition host David Greene and business correspondents Yuki Noguchi and Sonari Glinton, Family Matters is a free event that connects regular people with financial experts. Greene has been hosting Family Matters events in communities across the country since 2013.
Greene and Glinton will be joined on stage by personal finance experts Louis Barajas, the founder and chief wealth and business manager at LAB Financial Life Solutions, and Michelle Singletary, a nationally-syndicated personal finance columnist for the Washington Post, to leave audience members with greater confidence in their financial futures.
The conversation will cover a range of topics concerning financial strategy, such as accumulating debt and amassing wealth, saving for college, home ownership, retirement and even fitting in a midlife extravagance.
Family Matters will take place at The Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University on Thursday, November 12, at 7 p.m. Tickets for the free event are available at nprpresents.org.