New to Financial Planning? Retirement decades away? Get beginner tips with financial experts Adam Grossman and Brad Stinn, and guest moderator Charlie Brennan of KMOX!
To participate go to the Library's Facebook Page on Monday, April 12th at 7 pm. No need to register. Can’t make the live event? No problem! Go to the Library’s Facebook Page anytime after the event and watch the recording. We’ll also post the link here.
Adam Grossman is a financial planner and the founder of Mayport Wealth Management. Mayport's mission is to help lower the cost of financial advice for consumers. Unlike traditional firms in the wealth management industry, Mayport works with clients on a flat-fee basis. Adam is a contributor to the personal finance website HumbleDollar, where he has written a weekly column since 2017. Adam lives with his family in Boston. In his community, he has served on the finance committees of local schools and nonprofits. Adam holds an MBA from the Sloan School at MIT.
Brad Stinn, author of The Roadside Scholar: Amazing Money Lessons for Inside the Fence. was a Federal inmate for 10 years. During that time, he taught investment, business and GED classes to inmates. He is a Harvard Economics graduate, was a financial analyst for a major Wall Street firm and was Chief Financial Officer of a publicly-traded company for over a decade. Since his release in 2019, he has been building The Roadside Scholar financial education brand, including CEO coaching for several private companies and in late 2020 initiating The Roadside Scholar Fund Scholarship Program to assist young adults in starting on the path to building generational wealth. Married and the father of three, he lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Charlie Brennan is the host of "The Charlie Brennan Show with Amy Marxkors" and provocateur of "Donnybrook" on KETC-TV, NineNetwork of Public Media. He is a St. Louis Radio Hall of Famer and author of several books about St. Louis.
This class is part of a Money Smart Series! Money Smart is a public education campaign to help consumers better manage their personal finances through free, non-commercial education. You can find out more about Money Smart in the St. Louis Region here!