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Raising Financially Aware Kids
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Kids learn a lot about money through the people that raise them. Whether it is work habits, spending habits, or simply perceptions about money, they usually learn from the home. School's curriculum teaches math and how to count currency, but there is no formal education about budgeting, cash flow, and saving. This presentation will discuss some of these concepts and what you, as a parent, can do now to better prepare your kids for the money challenges they will face as teens, and then as adults.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Pasquale Russo is a Financial Advisor who helps individuals, families and small businesses with their investing and financial planning. He has 15 years of experience having held positions as a retirement specialist in the area of defined benefit and defined contribution plans, and as a financial advisor. He holds the designation of CRPC or Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor and specializes in retirement planning and specifically retirement income planning. He is a Westford resident and the father of two girls.
R.S.V.P. to WestfordSEPAC@yahoo.com.
More About Crisafulli School
Crisafulli is one of three "upper" elementary schools in Westford for students in grades 3-5. The mascot is the greyhound dog, and the school operates under its "PAWS" motto, urging others to pay attention to the "power" of their words, be "accepting" of others, be "willing" to help, and demonstrate "self-control." The school opened in 2002 and is named after John A. Crisafulli. Its student population now tops 400. The principal is Julie Vincentsen.