PRLog - Oct. 23, 2009 - NEW HOPE, Pa. -- Sheila Jacobs, Certified Financial Planner™, a personal finance expert and CEO of Life & Money Consulting of Bucks County, Pa., will discuss “Household Budget Strategies” at the 8th Annual Road to Personal Wealth Financial Conference. The conference, hosted by TD Bank and the Star-Ledger, will take place on Saturday, October 31 at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. To register, visit www.roadtopersonalwealth.com.
Jacobs will present along-side celebrity keynote speakers: Suze Orman, Steve Adubato and Wally Amos. During her afternoon household budget strategies session, she will discuss how a clearly defined set of values and goals leads to easy budgeting success.
“As a personal finance professional, I’m inspired when individuals make changes that will improve their quality of life. I’m passionate about speaking publicly on the topic of personal finances because improving financial management skills has a huge positive impact on quality of life. Controlling your finances is liberating. Once your financial house is in order you can move on and enjoy the rest of your life,” said Jacobs.
Jacobs has served as an educator for the Road to Personal Wealth Financial Conference twice before presenting on reducing debt and building financial security. She is a dynamic speaker and has conducted workshops for Douglass College (Rutgers University), Hewitt Associates, National Council of Negro Women, PECO Energy, Seton Hall Law School, the Girl Scouts of America, among others.
She recently authored Life & Money, a personal financial management workbook and guide that provides and reinforces the principals of personal financial management and is also the bedrock of Jacobs’ seminars and workshops.
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About Sheila Jacobs: As an investor, Sheila Jacobs became intrigued with the financial services industry and began a career there in 1995. Shortly thereafter she settled on a midsized regional firm where she earned her Certified Financial Planner designation and supervisory license. Jacobs became a branch compliance associate and eventually began an independent practice.
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Jacobs and her husband Paul, a high school teacher and coach, are the parents of two delightful sons. To learn more about Sheila Jacobs, visit www.sheilaajacobs.com or www.lifeandmoneyconsult.com.