08 May 2012
President’s Letter: Women’s Money Conference Opens Doors

May 8, 2012
Letter from Dallas Haun

            These days, more than ever, women are called on to play a knowledgeable role in the management of their personal finances. According to information from the office of our State Treasurer, women on average live longer than men, spend more years in retirement than men, more often take a second job to pay for a child’s education, and are more likely to take time out of the workforce to tend to their families. To help the women in our state meet these realities, Nevada State Bank has signed on as a program sponsor of the Nevada Women’s Money™ Conference, to be hosted by Nevada State Treasurer Kate Marshall and the Women’s Money Council on June 2 in Las Vegas and June 9 in Reno.

            At these one-day conferences, noted women financial authors, celebrity businesswomen, and trusted financial professionals will address key concerns: how to maximize income and savings for college and retirement, pay off debt and improve your credit, and build a secure financial future. At discussion sessions, participants will have a chance to ask questions and exchange information and ideas. To learn more details, see conference schedules, and register, please visit www.NevadaWomensMoney.org.

            We applaud State Treasurer Kate Marshall for her role in presenting the Nevada Women’s Money Conference and helping the women of our communities to access the tools they may need to manage in today’s economy. For over 50 years, Nevada State Bank has been helping Nevadans achieve their financial goals, and we are happy to support educational initiatives that contribute to that end. Financial know-how can open the door to financial freedom, so we invite you to take advantage of the resources that will be available on June 2 in Las Vegas and June 9 inReno.

Best Regards,

Dallas Haun
President and CEO
Nevada State Bank


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