Entertainment professionals are invited to attend a free seminar series on money management, sponsored by the Actors' Fund Of America. Running Mondays, 5:30-7:30 PM, March 10-April 14 at the Fund's National Headquarters at 1501 Broadway in Manhattan, the seminars will cover various money management issues unique to those working in the entertainment profession.
Topics are scheduled to include "Making taxes work for you" (March 10); Managing your money: Budgeting with an ever-changing income" (March 24); Watch your money grow" (March 31); "Making a dent in your debt" (April 7) and "Have you thought about your future estate planning?" (April 14).
The nation's "only human service organization for all entertainment professionals," the Actors' Fund is best known for providing financial assistance and social services (food, rent, medical expenses) for professionals in need.
For reservations to the free seminars, which are moderated by certified public accountants and other money management professionals, call (212) 221-7300 x.145. A similar seminar series will take place in Los Angeles in the spring.
--By David Lefkowitz