Money Moxie presents: Summer ‘Salon’ Series


Back in the day, the intellectual elite would gather in the salon of a friend, sip sherry from a snifter, and debate the most current political, economic and literary topics.

These days, we look for 2-for-1 happy hour deals, scarf down nachos and discuss the Kardashians.  It doesn’t have to be this way.

Join Money Moxie and several of your brightest friends at a Summer Salon—a ‘smart happy hour’ for people who want more than just a drink and a chat.  Come weigh in on important topics and meet some cool peeps.

The concept is simple: during each session, we cover a particular topic –like health care, financial reform, the federal debt or the European crisis.  Lena Rizkallah, founder of Money Moxie, an attorney and a professional speaker & writer for the financial industry, will first provide a synopsis of each topic and pose questions to the group. Then, she’ll moderate the session while attendees weigh in on the topic of the day.  Others not making a point will be sipping on beer, contemplating their own opinions.  But not thinking about the Kardashians.

If you sign up for a Salon, you’ll be assigned three blogs, articles or commentary on the topic, which should to be read prior to the Salon.  This way, everyone arrives at the Salon ready to discuss (and drink).

$25 and includes beer/wine/snacks.  Summer Salons will be held at Gotham Glow Salon at 1123 Broadway corner of 25th Street in the Flatiron District. 7-9pm.  Topics below:

Check it but don’t wreck it

Summer Salon Sessions:

Monday July 23  “The Affordable Care Act: What’s in it, what’s the significance of the Supreme Court opinion and how will it affect me?”

Monday July 30  “From Wall Street to Main Street to Occupy Wall Street; Do banks and financial institutions need more regulation and what will it mean for me?”

Monday August 6: “Breaking Down the US Deficit Problem; How does the government spend our money and how should they fix the deficit?”

Monday August 20  “Crises Around the Globe: How the US recession, the European crisis and the Arab spring impact the global economy.”

These sessions are designed for informational purposes only and are not intended to promote any political or economic belief. Materials and commentary provided by Lena Rizkallah and Money Moxie are for informational purposes only and should not be relied on for financial, legal or tax advice.

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