Financial wellness: Ordinary people, extraordinary wealthExport this event to calendar

Friday, April 16, 2021 — 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EDT

Budget, calculator and pens

In this hands-on, interactive session, we’ll discuss how to most effectively spend and save your income, while understanding something called, opportunity cost. It might not sound sexy, but it’s actually really cool!

After the session, Andrew will be available to take questions for the last 20-30 minutes.

Presenter bio:

Andrew HallamAndrew Hallam is one of the world's most prolific personal finance speakers. The former high school personal finance and English teacher wrote the international bestseller, Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules Of Wealth You Should Have Learned In School. He has spoken in more than 30 countries espousing research on financial wellness, sound investing and life satisfaction.

As a financial journalist, Andrew has written for numerous international publications, including investment columns for The Globe and Mail, Canadian Business magazine, MoneySense magazine, Internaxx and AssetBuilder, a U.S. based financial services firm. He has been quoted by Forbes and The Wall Street Journal and has been a guest on numerous podcasts, radio shows and television networks, including CNBC.

Andrew uses humour, an engaging speaking style and reams of academic evidence to help you to make better, more informed choices. To find out more about Andrew, visit his website: andrewhallam.com

Additional Information

  • Registration is required through Eventbrite
  • This session will be recorded and made available to University of Waterloo graduate students and postdocs through our secure conference recording request form. Please check the conference web page approximately one week after the live session.
  • A link to the live session will be emailed to registered attendees two days prior to the event, as well as the day of the event.

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