Make It Rain: Things to do in Dayton

Make It Rain: Things to do in Dayton

Make It Rain, personal finance lecture, book sale and signing by author Vercie Lark hosted by Wright State University.

Make It Rain Book By Vercie Lark

Price: Free

Wright State University (WSU) Black student union will host alumni and Dayton, Ohio native Vercie Lark to share insights on wealth building and retirement planning contained in his newly released book, Make It Rain.  Books purchased before or during the event will be signed by author, Vercie Lark.

According to Lark, a recently retired business executive from the financial services industry, one thing is clear: Too many hard working Americans are struggling to make ends meet and accumulate enough money to retire with financial stability. In his new self-help book “Make It Rain: Increase Your Wealth & Financial Security” (published by Balboa Press), Lark offers readers a practical, easy-to-use guide to help people make informed decisions and accumulate more wealth to support their long-term financial needs.  “Millions of low, middle and upper middle income Americans of all ages are working hard each day but they are not savvy about investing or have fear of investing,” says Lark. “Learning how to successfully manage their money and invest wisely to build wealth is the best way to enable more Americans to lead better lives, provide better care for their family, and hopefully share some of their wealth with others so that we improve the overall living conditions for people throughout our country.”

From advice on setting goals to lessons on how to make wise investment decisions Lark’s book, “Make It Rain” provides a plethora of tips to help readers avoid financial ruin in their own pursuit of the American dream.  Attendees who attend the event and purchase a book will leave the event with immediate advice at their fingertips to improve their odds accumulating more wealth and increasing their financial security without all the guess work and mistakes many others make with their personal finances.

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