The technology landscape is changing at a rapid pace. Harnessing the ease and convenience of the mobile revolution will help consumers manage their accounts more efficiently and truly achieve financial wellness. Mobile Technology Expert Brett Wooden will offer his captivating insight with respect to:
• Tools to maximize the full potential of banking technology to manage finances, develop a more effective spend plan, and optimize financial wellness resources.
• Tips on how tomorrow’s financial technology will transform your banking experience and, ultimately, your life.
The Jan. 30 seminar is presented without charge and includes sandwiches, snacks, beverages, free parking, and sample financial literacy materials. Educators earn professional development credits toward 9.2 Financial Literacy Standards. Students who attend will receive a $15 iTunes gift card. To register, visit www.McGrawHillFCU.org/financialwellness, call 1-800-226-6428, ext. 6513, or email amacdonald@McGrawHillFCU.org.
Attendees are encouraged to arrive early for Financial Jeopardy at 5 p.m. Questions will be derived from financial education content from past seminars and Glencoe’s Personal Business and Finance textbook. The winner will be awarded with an iPad Mini. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-226-6428, ext. 6513 to register.