The College of Business presents
the Financial Literacy Series with Alumna Debrah Farnell ’12:
On the Road to Financial Independence –
How to move forward and get ahead by financially planning!
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
3 – 4 p.m. – UMW Faculty, Staff and General Public
5 – 6 p.m. – UMW Students
Lee Hall, Room 412
Contact: Andrea Cordray, firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-654-1242
We get all kinds of advice from the experts – friends, coworkers, television shows or books we buy and mean to read! Still we can find ourselves not sure of where we are, where to start or how to assess where we want to be. We may know that having a plan is important, but don’t know how to take the first step.
This seminar is geared specifically toward those who are looking to take charge of their finances and work toward financial independence. Money is uniquely personal and every plan is too. There is no “one size fits all” in financial planning. Your circumstances, your lifestyle and your vision for your financial future all come together to help you create your plan.
- Learn what financial success looks like
- Learn how to take charge of your finances and limit exposure through financial planning
- Create an inventory and personal financial statement to assess your financial status
About The Speaker:
Debrah Farnell, CFP® ChFC® is the founder of DKM Planners, Inc. Beginning her career as a FINRA registered Series 7, General Securities Representative, and Series 66, Uniform Combined State Law Representative, in Virginia, Maryland, D.C., Louisiana, Florida., California and Georgia, she is also licensed to sell life and long term care insurance in Virginia, Maryland, and Georgia. Determined to educate and help people become financially independent, she earned the Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®) designation and became a Certified Financial Planner™ professional (CFP®). She holds a bachelor of professional studies degree in leadership and management from the University of Mary Washington.
Save the Date: Debrah will return on Wednesday, November 13 with a new topic!