Money Skills

The Office of Alumni Relations, The Dartmouth Class of 1972, and members of the Dartmouth community would like to offer some tips, tricks, and advice that you may not pick up in class. You may know how to balance your checkbook and stash money in your savings account, but that is just the beginning.

Dartmouth students and young alumni are invited to gather for the 2016 Mastering Money Skills series to celebrate Financial Literacy Month and learn how to manage their finances.

Program dates for 2016:

Budgeting and Taxes
Learn about the importance of budgeting, net vs. gross income, tax withholding, and more.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Kemeny 108

Guest speaker:
John de Regt ’72
Download the budget worksheet 

Savings & Investment
Learn tips and tricks for saving, investment-banking, interest rates, CDs, stocks, and more.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Kemeny 108

Guest speaker: John Burke ’72

Credit Cards & Loans
Learn how to build credit and borrow money.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 4:30–6 p.m.
Kemeny 108
Guest speaker:
John de Regt ’72

Insurance
Learn about insurance to cover your apartment, car, and your person.
Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 4:30–6 p.m.
Kemeny 108

Guest speaker:
Hans Stumm ’72

Students will receive one entry into a drawing for a 64GB iPad Mini 4 for each session they attend! Free pizza available at each session.