Some of a family’s most difficult conversations are about money — especially when that money talk crosses the generations. How do you tell you mother she can no longer carry a checkbook? Or explain the importance of debt management to your broke twenty-something? This show will be all about talking about money around your kitchen table. How do you do it?
Note: This show will be broadcast in front of a live audience of Foreign Service Nationals who are visiting Portland on a week-long trip through the U.S.
- Lisa Bahadar: Certified Consumer Credit Counselor at Apprisen Financial Advocates (a division of Consumer Credit Counseling)
- Joyce Demonnin: Director of Public Outreach for AARP Oregon
- Susan Halverson-Westerberg: Associate Professor of Counselor Education at Portland State University
For more on how families talk about money you may consider attending the special taping of Marketplace Money this Monday, November 9th, at 7 PM at Portland’s Winningstad Theater. The show will focus specifically on talking money with tykes, tweens, and teens.
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OPB | Sept. 22, 2016