By Murray Feldman

LIVONIA (WWJ) – WWJ Newsradio 950 presented The Michigan Money Summit, covering basic economics, housing and investing in your future at the VisTaTech Center at Schoolcraft College on October 29, 2011.  Hosted by WWJ and Fox 2 Business Editor Murray Feldman, this event offered free financial advice straight from the experts.


Opening Panel Discussion:
Basic Economics: The Current State of the Financial Markets.  With the   European markets in the news lately, what is really happening in the U.S.   Markets?

Lisa Burroughs, Chief Operations Officer,   Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union
Brian Roehl, Senior Advisor and Partner, LJPR, LLC
Sheldon Rosenberg, Managing Director, Baird Securities

Second Panel Discussion:
Housing and Real Estate:   Underwater or Not….Will Home Values Rise Again? The truth
and consequences of strategically defaulting on your mortgage.  What programs
are available to help those who have lost their employment and facing foreclosure.

Dan Elsea, President, Real Estate One
Pat Ervin, Executive Managing Director in Charge of Mortgage Services,   Talmer Bank and Trust
Andy Meisner, Oakland County Treasurer

Final Panel Discussion:
Your Finances: Where Are You Headed?  Are you in a position to be investing in
your money.  How and where should you be investing your money for the best
financial future.

Tim Anderson, Director, PNC Wealth Management Group, PNC Bank
Jonathan Citrin, CEO & Founder, The Citrin Group
Steven Yager, Director, Yager & Associates, LLC

– View photos from the event –


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