San Francisco, CA, January 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Today’s savvy women are taking a stronger stance with their finances by learning a mastery of the tools, strategies, and how to avoid traps to achieving wealth. Macian CEO & Wealth Manager Jadine Wong and Macian COO Matthew Hodgen will be teaching a series of ten classes bringing high-level strategic learning to an elite group of women striving for knowledge to launch their finances to the next level. (Women of all income or asset levels are welcome.)
The next 10 Week series will begin March 1st and continue every Tuesday until May 3rd. Classes held Tuesday evening from 6:30pm – 8:30pm.
Classes held downtown in San Francisco's prestigious Financial District.
These ten comprehensive financial education topics cover:
* behavioral tips for transformation from "Shopaholic to Saveaholic,"
* a detailed study on investment styles, strategies and vehicles,
* an insight into the power of insurance,
* the relationship between investments and taxes,
* proper planning, time-lines and eligibility for retirement,
* understanding long term care and maximizing internal corporate benefit plans
This is for you if:
- You are a savvy woman who works too hard and haven’t the time to learn to make your money work for you
- Savvy Business woman who is smart in business but haven’t the same savvy with finances
Together, Macian's founders have built 17 companies and have a combined experience of over 25 years. Through this series you will gain insight and real-world knowledge on the foundation and importance of Owning Your Personal Finances.
“I truly wish there was a course like this 10 years ago. It has always been interesting to me that out of all the finance classes offered in today’s Educational System, I have never seen a class on Personal Finance. Foundation means everything, and today’s market it simply shows us how relevant it is to know the proper step to takes. This is going to be a really fun course, and regardless of your background, we are all going to walk away better equipped to tackle tomorrow’s issues!” - Matthew Hodgen, COO Macian Wealth Management.