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Too many New Mexicans are novices when it comes to handling their money, making them easy pickings for predatory lending companies, expensive check-cashing services and other scams that can easily be avoided.
The fifth annual Summit on Financial Education is set for 8 a.m.-3 p.m. April 15 at the Hotel Albuquerque, 800 Rio Grande Blvd. N.W. The free conference aims to increase the financial knowledge of New Mexicans so that they can make sound decisions about their money and avoid fraud and questionable investments.
The conference features a variety of workshops and seminars that address wealth – how to get it, how to keep it and how to grow it. Seminars cover retirement planning, college-savings planning, careers, unemployment options, loan modification and debt elimination.
While most sessions are designed for individual and family investors, several provide information for business owners. Professionals who work in the financial-services industry will be able to share information and develop cooperative efforts.
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