We have a ton of great Continuing Education events lined up during the URTA Auditions & Interviews January and February in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco. You don’t want to miss “Getting Out of the Starving Artist Trap” on Saturday, January 21st at the Crown Plaza in Times Square. Financial expert Ari Teplitz offers welcome advice for the “struggling” artist. You can sign up for all of our events on the Continuing Education page.
Life as an artist is complicated. Dedication to your craft sometimes means making sacrifices that others don’t understand. It can also mean fighting against stereotypes that either aren’t true or don’t need to be. For example, the notion that being an artist means accepting a life of poverty. That shouldn’t be the case, and it doesn’t have to be. Creating a nest egg for yourself has nothing to do with how much money you make and everything to do with the good habits you create. In this interactive workshop, Ari Teplitz, an arts administrator turned financial advisor, will explore the different ways you can help yourself get out of the starving artist trap with easy, straightforward tips for living a more full financial life.
Ari Teplitz, CFP®, ChFC® is the owner and principal of the Teplitz Financial Group, a financial planning and advisory practice based in Old Bridge, New Jersey. Ari works with goal-oriented professionals who take their financial lives seriously and strive to achieve their financial goals. Prior to becoming a financial planner, Ari spent nearly a decade as a theatre producer and arts administrator. It is safe to say that he is probably one of the only financial advisors in the nation that also holds an M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama. Having worked side by side with those who make important art, Ari is uniquely qualified to empower artists, technicians and administrators to face their financial fears and help them become better financial consumers.
Ari works with his clients on a bevy of financial topics, everything from retirement planning to investment strategy, debt reduction, budget creation and money management. He runs his business with the singular goal of creating meaningful partnerships driven by client-centered, personalized service and the ultimate objective of helping those he works with achieve their vision of financial success. His work has earned him several awards, including New York Life’s Catherine Elliott Award of High Standards for Goodwill, Honesty and Integrity.
Ari is a passionate arts education advocate, theatre consumer, and a proud Trustee of the Theatre Development Fund in New York.Posted by URTA Posted on 09 Dec