Our guest presenter, Melissa Tosetti, will share her Savvy Life Philosophy: Save on the things that are not important to you so you can spend on the things that are important to you.
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Melissa saw an issue growing all around her—more and more people were making good money, yet finding themselves living paycheck-to-paycheck. She stepped up to the challenge. Melissa founded The Savvy Life in 2003 to meet the needs of individuals and families who wanted to conquer the gap between their earnings and expenses once and for all. Think of it as Everyday Financial Planning for everyday living, while simultaneously building on long-term financial goals.
What started as a germ of an idea has turned into a vital requirement for individuals and families all across the United States, whether working with her through their financial advisor or directly. Melissa’s financial education acumen has led her to be a spokesperson for Quicken and a speaker on the concepts of Everyday Financial Planning with corporations such as Charles Schwab, Ameriprise Financial, Edward Jones, Bayer Healthcare LLC, Cisco Systems, PG&E and International Paper and more.
Melissa has been a guest on Pocket the Difference on the Fine Living Network and has appeared on episodes of Eye on the Bay and The Real Deal with Jeanette Pavini. She has been quoted in U.S. News & World Report,TodayShow.com, Chicago Tribune and Detroit News among other publications. She has chaired panels on savvy living at the Professional Businesswomen of California conferences in San Francisco and Sacramento.
Personal finance author, speaker and teacher Melissa is author of the international best seller, Living the Savvy Life.
Melissa believes a strong financial foundation develops habits and routines that make managing money effortless. Understanding the fear and emotions surrounding money, Melissa works with her clients in a positive, upbeat manner. Her goal creates people equipped for today’s and the future’s savvy life.