As the events of 2020 continue to impact personal finances, Bank of America’s Better Money Habits® is hosting two virtual events on Vox.com aimed at providing young adults financial advice and guidance, and helping them to regain confidence in their financial futures.
The two-part “Money Talks” series, created in response to consumers’ most pressing questions about managing money in this unique time, will be fueled by audience questions, advice from financial specialists, and first-hand experiences. The programs will address young adults’ most pressing financial questions and concerns in an open and honest way.
The first event – “Money Talks: Home Habits” – focuses on managing finances within our new at-home lifestyles and premieres on Vox.com on Thursday, August 6 at 4 p.m. EST. Audiences can also participate in a live Q&A with Bank of America financial specialists 4-8 p.m. The event will feature candid conversations about how to adapt to a home-centric routine, and will include three panel segments discussing topics including the future of remote work, saving money in today’s economy, and how to approach homeownership in today’s environment. Participants include:
Michelle Meyer, head of U.S. Economics at BofA Global Research Tonya Rapley, creator of My Fab Finance Ross Mac, financial educator, musical artist and entrepreneur Laurel Farrer, founder of Remote Work Association Erin Lichy, real estate agent and founder of HomeGirlNY Melissa Bell, Vox co-founder and publisher (moderator)