NORWALK, Conn. – Financial education instructor David Lovelace will offer a credit and debt reduction seminar at the Norwalk Public Library on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the main auditorium.
Today, many people are concerned about their financial health and well-being. Lovelace attributes a large part of that concern to personal debt. To address that concern, he will discuss what debt is and its ramifications, techniques to reduce and eliminate debt and debt prevention.
Lovelace became a financial literacy advocate after realizing that financial knowledge necessary for living in today’s world was not being taught at home or in school. He began a study of personal financial concepts and techniques, which led to the development of a pragmatic approach to finance, with an emphasis on the “unintended consequences” and “risk management” aspects of money management.
Lovelace holds a bachelor’s degree from Southern Connecticut State University. He spent 30 years in the computer industry as a software engineer and a quality assurance analyst. A certified financial education instructor through the National Financial Educators Council (NFEC), he now uses his knowledge of scientific methods and the logic of his computer skills to help people achieve their financial goals in a pragmatic manner. In 2015, he started a financial education company, Tarpan Dun, LLC.
This program is free and open to the public.
The Norwalk Public Library is located at 1 Belden Avenue.
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