Your Money Story: What Your Past Can Reveal About Your Relationship With Money


7 p.m. Tuesday February 23, 2021

Wright Library invites you to join Edward Jones financial advisor Katie Mitakides and her guest Jen McFarland, Advisor Consultant with Hartford Funds, for a virtual webinar on financial wellness.

Many were raised to believe that managing money is a strictly rational, intellectual activity. Just by having the right knowledge and skills, we'd automatically make good financial decisions. But there's more to the story.

Each of us has a unique money story that affects our financial decisions in ways we don't even realize. By discovering your money story, you can gain a deeper understanding of your relationship with money, and change any behaviors that might be interfering with your success.

Join this event to learn:

  • What a money story is
  • How to discover your money story
  • How to change your money story to make better financial decisions

Mutual funds, variable annuities and unit investment trusts (UITs) are offered by prospectus. You should consider the investment objective, risks, and charges and expenses carefully before investing. The prospectus contains this and other information. Your Edward Jones financial advisor can provide a prospectus which you should read carefully before investing.


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Living Well