Finance Expert Will Help Attendees Learn How to Master Their Relationship With Money
Michael F. Kay, a personal finance expert and founder of Financial Life Focus (FLF), a financial life planning firm in Livingston, New Jersey, today announced he will speak at the International Friends Club’s (IFC) Coffee Morning on January 10. Formed in 1996, the IFC provides a social network for foreign national women living in the U.S. as well as American women who previously lived abroad.
Each month IFC members gather to share coffee, snacks and stories. The meetings often include a guest speaker who shares his or her expertise and own personal anecdotes. At the upcoming Coffee Morning, Kay will discuss his philosophy for mastering one’s relationship with money: discovering what matters most.
“Our money mindset is the result of all our past experiences,” said Kay. “IFC members bring a distinctly global view to any discussion, so I expect our conversation about financial behavior will be educational for both them and me. I very much look forward to our Coffee Morning.”
An in-demand speaker, Kay often is called upon to share his philosophy, helping people prioritize their financial decisions based on what they truly want out of life. Whether that’s to pay for a child’s education, save for a summer home, care for a family member or anything else, understanding and honing a money mindset allows people to free themselves of monetary concerns.
IFC’s purpose is to foster cultural understanding, form social ties within the international community and provide a place to share mutual experiences.
About Michael F. Kay
Michael F. Kay is the founder and president of Financial Life Focus, a fee-only multi-adviser financial life planning firm in Livingston, New Jersey. Kay established FLF on the belief that advisers should focus first on what their clients value and not the value of their portfolio. He is the author of two books: The Feel Rich Project, a playbook that shows readers how to match their money with the life they want and The Business of Life, a guide for financial planners to align their practice with their lives. Media outlets from the Wall Street Journal to Fox Business have featured his financial advice. Kay is also a regular contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today. Learn more at http://www.michaelfkay.com/ or follow him on Twitter @MichaelFKay.