2174 Market Street
San Francisco, California 94114

Do you have questions about personal finance or money? This is your chance to get them answered!

We've brought together some of the top experts on personal finance, and they will be here all day to help YOU get answers to the money questions you have on your mind. Questions like...

What's the difference between a 401(k), a traditional IRA, and a Roth IRA?

Where should I invest my money safely to earn the biggest returns?

How much money do I really need to be able to retire? When can I retire?

I feel pinched financially. How can I start investing or saving so I have enough money to make ends meet?

What should I pay off first - student loans, credit cards, my house, or my car?

WealthCamp is YOUR conference. It is your questions and participation that will make or break this conference. Even better - you will be able to help design and participate in interactive workshops in the afternoon. You will become part of a community passionate about giving a voice to a topic that has been so taboo in our society -- money.

Prepare for a fun-filled, energizing day! You will come out feeling empowered to make better decisions about your finances. And best of all, you will be part of a groundbreaking event where the participants of the conference (that's you!) help shape the agenda. We plan to take WealthCamp all over the country, and as part of this first event, you will not only help shape this event, but many future WealthCamps for years to come!

Fee to attend is $75 per person. By finding this event on Upcoming, we'll give you a $10 discount - use coupon code "upcoming" to bring the price down to $65. You MUST sign up through http://www.wealthcamp.info/ and pay there to be admitted at the door. Limited to 100 attendees due to venue. This is a can't-miss event if you have questions about personal finance and/or money.

Official Website: http://www.wealthcamp.info/

Added by ericabiz on April 1, 2008



This overlaps with my company's annual conference. Bummer, cuz I would much rather hang out at the Swedish American Hall than go to Oklahoma City!

Good luck, Erica -- and let me know if you need anything!