Best selling business author, stock trader, and former Business Week reporter Larry Kahaner knows how to survive in down markets and thrive when the markets are good because he’s done it himself. How? By becoming fiscally fit.


    You’re never too young to start. In fact, now – while you’re still in college – is exactly the right   time.

    FISCAL FITNESS BOOT CAMP is an in-person, fast moving, fun, and interactive introduction to money-managing principles that will teach you not only how to manage the money you have – but how to use it to get the money that you really want.

    What is fiscal fitness?   It doesn’t involve scrimping and saving. Or cheaping out. Or giving up the good things in life. The secret is that it doesn’t matter how much money you have, it’s how you handle it, how you make it work for you.  It’s the priorities you set, the goals you establish and the choices you make to achieve them.

    FISCAL FITNESS BOOT CAMP  will introduce you to seven simple steps that anyone, anyplace and at any time can take to become fiscally fit. Rules that are so simple and easy, they‘ll become second nature once you start to use them. There are no tricks and no gimmicks, just honest information about money.

    FISCAL FITNESS BOOT CAMP could be the best investment you’ll ever make in your financial future.

    Here are the seven steps to becoming fiscally fit:

    1 – Use Debt Wisely: There’s good debt and bad debt. Learn the difference. How to manage the debt you already have including student loans and credit card balances. Why your credit score is about more than credit.

    2 – How to Handle Your Paycheck: It isn’t how much money you earn but how you manage it.

    3 – Buy a Residence: Learn if it’s a good idea for you,  because it’s not right for everyone.

    4 – Invest: No matter how little you have you can become a millionaire.

    5 – How to Save. There’s an art to it.

    6 – Modeling: You’ll be surprised how wealthy people think.

    7 – Seek and Build a Relationship with Money. What does money mean to you and how do you know when you have enough of it. (Hint: This is not an easy question to answer.)


    Most college students recognize the importance of saving money for the future, but Larry Kahaner was able to provide them with financial tips and tricks that will not only help them save, but will help their money grow as well! Larry’s interactive presentation allowed our audience of students to ask questions and to learn strategies for their own financial planning based upon their unique situations. Because each year of college comes with different financial challenges, I would definitely recommend Larry Kahaner for all student groups – from new students to college seniors!”         Student Affairs – Penn State Berks – March 2014