About five years ago someone shared the Rich Dad, Poor Dad book with me. One of the things that stood out to me and probably my biggest take away was this... "We're taught Math, English and even Science but schools don't teach us financial literacy" According to Author Robert Kiyosaki unless we're taught how money works at home we will fall into a vicious cycle of "The more we make, the more we spend" We will continue to work for our money instead of letting our money work for us and eventually end up too old to work and broke. The good news is that a group of women in the Treasure Valley who understands money very well are  willing to teach Idaho women via a FREE financial conference.  Here are all the details as posted on ktvb.

 The State Financial Officers Foundation is pleased to present Smart Women, Smart Money financial conference which will be held Friday, February 14 from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm at Boise Center. This free, extraordinary, all-day event is packed with the information and motivation you need to propel you into the world of “Smart Money”!

Join Conference Host, State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth, Conference Coach, Nicole Sherman, and Keynote Speaker Tiffany Smiley, Co-Founder of Hope Unseen at this financial conference which will feature sessions where women can learn about budgeting, debt reduction, investing, starting a business, retirement, and more. The conference will include breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack all free of charge. 

Please register early; this conference will fill up quickly.  For more information and to register, click here.