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Navigating Financial Wellness Amid Economic Uncertainty

Discover reliable practices for financial wellness.
Signature Events

Navigating Financial Wellness Amid Economic Uncertainty

Discover reliable practices for financial wellness.

On Thursday, May 21, Baltimore hosted our second virtual event, Community Conversations: Navigating Financial Wellness Amid Economic Uncertainty. Partners T. Rowe Price and Junior Achievement of Central Maryland joined us for a discussion dedicated to financial wellness. Roger Young, CFP®, senior financial planner at T. Rowe Price and vice president of T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., discussed retirement savings, as well as paying for education. While Jennifer Bodensiek, president and CEO of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, shared the values of discussing finances with your family and the advantages of including family in financial conversations. Both Roger and Jennifer conducted a insightful conversation on covering day-to-day expenses amid a pandemic. You can view our full discussion below.

For additional T. Rowe Price financial resources, please visit here. Junior Achievement of Central Maryland resources are available here.


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