Pacific Union College Sponsors "Wealth Creation" Seminar
by Heather Lackey
Money, or the lack thereof, is a common concern to most Americans and often leads to problems such as anxiety, divorce, and stress. Everyone faces monetary issues on a daily basis, but many people have no clear-cut or workable financial plans. In fact, statistics show that eighty percent of all Americans have not even had one hour of financial education. The "Wealth Creation and Wealth Preservation" seminars, taught by Paul S. Damazo and David A. Roth, offer an educational opportunity on financial matters.
The seminars, which will be held at the Pacific Union College Church, from 7 to 9 p.m. on May 14, 15, and 16, offer a Christian perspective on money management. However, the seminars are non-denominational and are open to anyone interested in participating. According to the presenters, the information is pertinent to "Busters, Boomers, and Pre- and Post-retirees ages 14 to 100." Special attention will also be paid to the financial issues facing engaged and newlywed couples, as well as students and single parents.
Paul S. Damazo, the main presenter, is a noted businessman and philanthropist with considerable and profitable experience in both business and investment strategies. He has taught his financial principles to thousands over the last 23 years. David A. Roth, who worked as a trainer for CPAs, attorneys, and pension administrators, is the founder and director of the Foundation for Wisdom on Wealth.
Some of the issues to be covered during the seminar include "forty-one ways to become a millionaire without guilt," "how to double your income without a raise," and "how to get out of debt very quickly." The seminars also cover retirement plans, financial compatibility between couples, estate plans, and tax issues.
Note: This is an archived article and does not necessarily represent current issues at Pacific Union College.