"The Real Cost of Living" presentation

Carmen Wong Ulrich, financial author and CNBC commentator, will be at the Egyptian Theater, Boise (at the corner of Capitol and Main streets), Thursday, April 25, from 7-8:00 pm discussing her book, The Real Cost of Living: Making the Best Decisions for You, Your Life, and Your Money. The session is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:00.

Ulrich’s previous work, Generation Debt: Take Control of Your Money—A How-to Guide, specifically provided basic solutions about paying off student loans, using credit cards, getting a car, and related topics. This talk will be more of the same, offering Ulrich’s unique combination of “personal psychology and personal finance.”

This event is powered by Stash Your Cash, the financial literacy project sponsored by our friends at the Ada County public libraries. Please note other events at www.stashcash.org. They include Financial Game Night, Homebuyer Education for First Time and Previous Homeowners, Guarding Against Identity Theft, and Dollar Decisions: Learning to Make Ends Meet.

Melissa Gains,
Associate Professor, Librarian

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