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'Money basics' with Eoin McGee
Introducing Part 1 of 4 of the 'Money Talks' mini-series hosted by UCD Alumni Relations

Getting the basics right is key to financial success. By adopting healthy savings patterns, understanding the importance of budgeting and knowing how best to spend your hard earned money, you can rest assured you are on the right track.

Join Eoin McGee, 'How to be Good with Money' author, TV host and financial planner as he shares valuable tips and no-nonsense advice on getting money basics right!

Dr Alessia Paccagnini from UCD College of Business will be putting your questions to Eoin after his session so come prepared!
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Having financial worries has a cyclical link with poor mental health and this stress can leave you feeling depressed and anxious. We all know that the COVID-19 pandemic has put us under strain both financially and mentally so why not relieve some of that tension by taking charge of your finances.

To support our large community of UCD alumni and friends, we have put together this series with experts across savings, health insurance, mortgages and investments. These sessions will last about 45 minutes so are perfect if you want to listen at ease on your lunch break while learning some valuable tips!

Follow this link to register for the next three episodes in the series - http://bit.ly/3bfHiip

Part 2 of 4 - 9 March @ 12pm - 'Independent health insurance advice' with Dermot Goode
Part 3 of 4 - 18 March @ 12pm - 'Mortgages, where to start?' with Eoin O'Connor
Part 4 of 4 - 23 March @ 1pm - 'Making your money work for you' with Eoin McGee

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Mar 2, 2021 01:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Eoin McGee
'How to be Good with Money' author, TV host and financial planner @Prosperous Financial Services
Eoin McGee is a Certified Financial Planner CFP© and qualified financial advisor QFA with a post grad from the school of professional finance at UCD. After roles at Irish Life, Ulster Bank and a large mortgage brokerage Eoin set up 'Prosperous Financial Planning' in 2008. He is a member of the Brokers Ireland financial services committee, sits on the steering group of FPSB (Financial Planning Standards Board) Ireland and sits on the advisory committee of a large investment fund. Eoin is a director in 'enough.ie' and has launched a pilot programme delivering personal finance advice and tips to Transition Year and third level students around the country. Eoin regularly features in national press such as Newstalk Radio, RTÉ Radio 1, East Coast and KFM. He has appeared in RTÉ's 'Crowded House' and now hosts a new show called 'How to be Good with Money' and has also authored a book by the same name.
Dr Alessia Paccagnini
Lecturer/Assistant Professor @UCD
Dr. Alessia Paccagnini is a tenured Lecturer/Assistant Professor at UCD, College of Business. She earned her Ph.D. in Economics and Econometrics from Bocconi University. During her career, she has been a research visitor at the European Central Bank, University of Pennsylvania, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Bank of England, National Bank of Poland, and visiting professor at IMT Lucca and Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. Her research includes Time Series Analysis, Forecasting, Factor Models, Classical and Bayesian Econometrics, Applied Macroeconomics, DSGE Model Estimation, and Monetary Policy. Dr. Paccagnini is a regular speaker at international conferences and workshops and is also the Academic Director of the Master in Quantitative Finance at UCD, Co-Chair at the executive committee at UCD Women@STEM, member of the Healthy UCD and College of Business Intercultural Forum.