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Financial Literacy Part 1: The Meaning of Money in Your Life
Do you feel anxious about your finances? Want to know how much you should spend on living expenses, put in savings, or tuck away for retirement?

Part One features an interactive talk with Sharon Epperson ’93SIPA—CNBC’s senior personal finance correspondent and adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs—on identifying the options for managing your monthly budget.

Sharon Epperson ’93SIPA, named one of “12 to Watch in TV News,” can be seen regularly on CNBC television and other media platforms.

As CNBC’s senior personal finance correspondent, Epperson covers the many facets of how people manage, grow and protect their money. Her expertise includes saving and investing for retirement, paying for college, managing mortgage, student loan, credit card and other debt, and building a financial legacy through estate planning.

An adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Epperson has also taught courses at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She enjoys teaching the importance of budgeting and building long-term savings as part of her professional development courses for graduate students.

Epperson received her bachelor’s in sociology and government from Harvard University, a master of international affairs degree from Columbia University, and an honorary doctorate from Carlow University in Pittsburgh.

May 6, 2021 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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