Winter 2013 Retirement Education Series

Has your conscience been pestering you lately about planning for retirement?  Join us for our winter series of retirement education seminars starting Wednesday, January 16th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room. 

Each week a different topic is covered, so attend them all, or pick and choose the topics that interest you the most.  Classes are free, open to the public and for education purposes only.  The series is presented by Dan Martucci and Christine Allen of MWA Advisors, Inc. in partnership with the NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation (http://napfafoundation.org).  The session on Estate Planning is presented by board certified estate planning attorney, Dean Shearer.  Classes will be held Wednesdays at 6:30 starting January 16th and ending on February 20th, and topics are as follows:

January 16th – How to Develop Your Retirement Plan
January 23rd – Investing for Retirement Income/Making Your Money Last – Part 1
January 30th – Investing for Retirement Income/Making Your Money Last – Part 2
February 6th – Estate Planning for Retirement
February 13th – Retirement From a Woman’s Perspective
February 20th – Retirement Myths & Mistakes

Most classes will be held in the Community Room, but you can check our Events Calendar for additional details, or the schedule posted in the library lobby on the day of the class.