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    January Meeting- The Missing Ingredients of Wellness Programs

    Date: January 27, 2016, 7:30am – 9:00am
    Travis W. Freeman, CFP
    Workforce Center of Will County
    2400 Glenwood Avenue
    Joliet, IL
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    As a child, Travis fell in love with understanding money and how it affected peoples’ lives, having seen first-hand how it affected his own family and upbringing. He knows what it’s like to live on food stamps. Travis went on to earn a degree in Finance and Economics from Missouri State University and vowed to help educate Americans about the complex topics surrounding personal financial planning.

    Today, as president of Four Seasons Financial Education, Travis is brought into organizations across the United States to help educate audiences on the importance of financial wellness programs. He has authored a book titled, Make Your Money Work, a six-step guide to creating corporate financial wellness programs. Travis is also president-elect for the St. Louis Financial Planning Association and enjoys spending time with his wife, Marina, and identical twin boys, Bruce and Dominic.

    Hundreds of organizations have entrusted the professionals at FSFE to provide important and timely financial education. From hospitals, to law firms, to Fortune 500 companies, Travis has presented to thousands of people and always brings the perfect combination of education, humor, and motivation.

    If you are looking for a great speaker on the topic of financial wellness, then Travis and the professionals at FSFE are for you. Join the hundreds of groups that have already sponsored FSFE.


    “Financial education is good for the bottom line.” - Kelly Edmiston, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City · Drive employee performance · Improve morale · Control health care costs · Boost the bottom line The last decade has brought about so much change and volatility, it’s no wonder American families feel overwhelmed about their personal finances. With complex areas such as wills, trusts, college planning, elder care, investments, and retirement, it’s often easier just to ignore these topics than address them. Whether we like it or not, money is necessary for just about everything we plan for in life. That’s why it’s so important to have timely knowledge about these topics and how they are changing. Without this knowledge, bad decisions may occur or even no decisions at all. This takes a huge toll on performance in your organization. Please join us for an innovative presentation to learn why ongoing financial education programs may be what your employees and your bottom line have been waiting for.


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