Join the Benefits Office as they host NPR and TIAA-CREF for an unconventional discussion about saving for college, home ownership, retirement and a financial lifetime at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, in the Sinquefield Stateroom in DuBourg Hall.
NPR hosts David Greene and Robert Smith will take attendees on a journey through stories about their personal finances. NPR presents: Family Matters: Your Financial Lifetime, is a multigenerational, interactive, lively and even fun conversation about money.
Joining the discussion will be:
They will share their own stories and listen to stories from the audience. All will leave with new perspectives and answers, and a commitment to continue sharing on NPR and NPR.org.
This discussion will not be aired. Reserve a place at STLpublicradio.org.
This event is made possible by TIAA-CREF, an organization that shares NPR's commitment to enriching and facilitating the conversation around financial awareness and responsibility.