WEBINAR: Strengthening Client Bonds: The Role of Multi-Generational Financial Literacy

Join us for a dynamic webinar in February where we delve into how financial planners can foster enduring relationships with clients through the lens of multi-generational financial literacy. With special guest Sam X Renick, an award-winning financial educator and children’s author, this session is designed for financial advisors eager to leave a lasting mark on their clients and extend their influence across community lines.

As Financial Literacy Month approaches this April, we’re setting the stage to discuss the pivotal role of financial literacy for all ages and how advisors can pass this wisdom on to their clients and their families, nurturing financial acumen from the roots up. 

Learning Objectives:

Building Lifelong Client Relationships through Financial Education:

Discover the profound impact of nurturing financial literacy from childhood and its ripple effect on familial and client relationships. Grasp the opportunity to become a trusted advisor to families by providing them with the tools to educate their youngest members.

Advising Across Generations:

Absorb proven strategies for integrating multi-generational financial literacy into your practice. Find out how this not only reinforces client trust but also solidifies your role as a community pillar. Learn to track and communicate the success of these initiatives, showcasing your commitment to the financial well-being of every generation.

Using the Art of Financial Storytelling:

Master the art of storytelling to make financial principles accessible and compelling for audiences of all ages. See how stories can bridge the gap between abstract financial concepts and real-world applications for children and adults alike.

 Cultivating Collaborative Efforts for Greater Reach:

Uncover the potential of partnerships with educational institutions and community organizations in extending the reach of financial literacy. These alliances can deepen your firm’s community ties and enhance your brand’s community image.


Seize this chance to be at the forefront of shaping financially enlightened families and reinforcing your firm’s commitment to long-term client success.


$0 Equita Members; $39 Non-members
CFP® CE pending approval.

Register Here.

About Sam X Renick

Sam X Renick is an internationally recognized leader and pioneer in financial literacy. He is a source of knowledge, fun, and inspiration when it comes to instilling great money habits in both children and adults.

In 2001, Renick founded the “It’s a Habit!” Company and co-created children’s storybook character Sammy Rabbit to make it easy for anyone to talk to and teach young children about great money habits!

Since then, Renick has produced one of the largest libraries in the world of financial literacy resources. It includes stories and songs like Sammy’s Big Dream, Get in the Habit, S.A.V.E. Rainy Day, Lemonade Stand, Anyone Can Be Rich, Show My Family the Way, and more.

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