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Count It Up: Coffee and Conversation

Count It Up: Coffee and Conversation

Last year in April, for Financial Literacy Month, beBATONROUGE held a roundtable discussion at Southern Grind Cofé on Scenic Highway.

The discussion featured local money experts, Alex James, CEO of Finessenomics LLC., Drusilla Carter, former vice president of Whitney Bank, Kimberlee Collins of Assurance Tax and Accounting Group, and Joseph Robins of J. Robins CPA, LLC.

The hour-long segment covered the topics of saving, tax refunds, having financial goals and more. The panelists also took questions from participants on and offline. Panelists also give recommendations on where to find more resources to improve your financial literacy. Watch and learn how to level up your financial game.

 

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