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Kevin Hart Discusses the Importance of Financial Health in the Bay Area

We partnered with Kevin Hart on a series of fireside chats around Financial Health at Oakland Promise network schools and small business tour of local entrepreneurs of color. Kevin opened up about his personal experiences on money and left the audience with a call to action, “What are you saving for?”

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Family Financial Fitness with Kevin Hart and Stephen Curry

Kevin Hart and Stephen Curry discuss family financial fitness with clients and their families in San Francisco, CA. The evening, themed Sweat, Earn, Learn, concluded with a money moves-inspired workout let by Ron “Boss” Everline and a networking reception for parents and children to discuss what they are saving for.

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Kevin Hart and Boss take on #Sweatworking

Set goals. Crush goals. We HIIT the ground running with Kevin Hart and Ron Boss Everline for our first #Sweatworking event.

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#Sweatworking in London with Kevin Hart

"It's one part workout, it’s one part networking." Kevin Hart and Boss joined us for our #Sweatworking event to inspire J.P. Morgan employees and clients to keep their financial and physical health top of mind.

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Episode One

Dad bod 

Join Arthur and his daughter, Daphne, as they learn about credit, interest, and financial fitness.*

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Episode Two

A penny saved is a penny earned

Friends Becky and Shanlie need help with building a budget and saving.* 

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Episode Three

Rocked by financial hardship

Recent LA transplant Chrissy is looking for help managing her money.* 

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Episode Four

Preparing for
the long-term

Long-term partners Brandon and Tiera are ready to plan their financial future.* 

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*For Informational/Educational Purposes Only: Views and strategies described may not be appropriate for everyone, and are not intended as specific advice/recommendation for any individual. You should carefully consider your needs and objectives before making any decisions, and consult the appropriate professional(s). Outlooks and past performance are not guarantees of future results.