August 13, 2019 10:27:19 AM
Ben Paulding, founder of Crown Financial, is hosting two workshops this week offering customers guidance and financial planning.
With nearly 40 years of financial experience as a broker, financial planner and banker, Paulding branched out two years ago starting Crown Financial in an effort to help more customers.
The beginner workshop, at 6 p.m. today at Lion Hills Center, is $49.95 a person. Over the course of an hour, Paulding said he'll cover market investment products strategies, rental properties and the basics of starting a business. He said people need to invest as early as possible to make the best possible returns over the course of one's career.
Paulding said he doesn't offer products or manage people's money, rather he gives people the knowledge and tools to handle their own money and investments with a few tips and tricks. He said he teaches those in his course how to find the best accounts to invest in and encourages people to invest in numerous accounts at one time, to avoid putting all their eggs in one basket.
During the advanced workshop, at 6 p.m. Thursday at Lion Hills, Paulding will dive a little deeper into the investment realm. Those attending are encouraged to bring laptops while he explains how to open a brokerage account to start investing. In a two-hour slot, Paulding will teach those how to do their own research, which investment opportunities they can make from their desks at home and how to monitor which options are the best. The advanced workshop is $149.95 per person and slots are still available for purchase at 662tix.com.
Conflict disclosure: The Dispatch benefits financially from tickets sold through 662TIX.
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