Get Ready for LearnVest LIVE 2014!


Ever since we started LearnVest LIVE in fall of 2012, it's been one of our favorite events of the year.

When else do we get an entire roomful of LearnVesters in one place to talk about our favorite topic: money?

So you'll understand why we can't get enough LearnVest LIVEs. In 2012, we held one in New York City. We loved it so much that in 2013, we signed up for a second in Los Angeles. Now, in 2014, we're doing two more, in San Francisco and Boston, sponsored by our friends at MassMutual.

Why there, you ask? Because both cities are stops on our founder and C.E.O. Alexa von Tobel's cross-country mission to spread the word about her new book, "Financially Fearless: The LearnVest Plan for Taking Control of Your Money."

In fact, we're so excited about the book that we'll give you two free tickets to LearnVest LIVE ($25 value) in either city when you order a copy of "Financially Fearless." All you have to do is follow the link to order the book, then email your receipt and city to

Get ready for:

  • Inspiring speakers. Hear from speakers including LearnVest's very own founder and C.E.O. Alexa von Tobel.
  • Financial bootcamp stations. Think of it as circuit-training for your money—we'll get you organized and ready to make progress.
  • Refreshments and even more goodies!*

We'll see you there!

San Francisco, Calif.

January 23, 2014, 6-9:30 p.m.
Terra Gallery
511 Harrison Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Boston, Mass.

January 28, 2014, 6-9:30 p.m.
Artists for Humanity EpiCenter
100 West 2nd Street
South Boston, MA 02127

Not near San Francisco or Boston? Don't worry—Alexa will be making 20 stops across the country. To see if your city is on the list, check out her tour schedule. Don't see yours, but wish you did? Email with your suggestion.

*Events are 21+

LearnVest Planning Services (LVPS), a subsidiary of LearnVest Inc., is a registered investment adviser that offers financial plans to its clients.

  • Anon101

    When I was 18, I would have attended a LearnVest Live event as I greatly enjoyed learning about money and investing. I went to college at the age of 17. LearnVest is missing out on a demographic because serving alcohol at these events is more important than actually learning about your finances. A great time to get the younger crowd involved with money is when they are in college, getting their first credit card, and/or drowning in student loan debt which they won’t fully understand until they graduate from college. I’d like to see a more serious side to LearnVest Live. I know it is possible as I have a great financial advisor provided via LearnVest.