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Foundations of Investing
Highline College and Edward Jones believe financial education is an important step in helping you achieve a better future. That is why our Financial Workshop: Your Source for Financial Education offers clear and practical investing education in a convenient and comfortable format. By attending our workshop, you will gain a better understanding of the key principles of saving and investing and also learn specific strategies to help reach your long-term goals. A local estate-planning attorney, Robert Iddins, will be available to answer your questions Call today to reserve space for yourself and a guest for this educational financial workshop. *Edward Jones, its employees and financial advisors are not estate planners and cannot provide tax or legal advice. Please consult your estate-planning attorney or qualified tax advisor regarding your situation. $29 fee includes one guest.
The Art of Aging Well- A 3 Hour Workshop for Seniors
This interactive workshop will provide guidelines, encouragement, and positive support to our senior community in learning how to thrive in later years. Aging well does not mean we will not change physically. It means we will develop and grow our inner worlds, seizing each moment and living it to the best of our abilities. We will learn the importance of vitality, purpose, and personal growth as we move into later phases of life. We will explore many of the questions people ask themselves as they grow older, such as: (1) Who am I when I'm not doing what I used to do, (2) What is my purpose in life, (3) How can I make a contribution to society, (4) What can I do to still feel valued?
The ever-present danger of old age is that we may start acting old. Instead, we must learn to embrace our many years of experience and utilize them to continue to enrich our lives and to enrich the lives of others. It is the quality of what we think and what we express that makes us valuable members of society, not how fast or busy we are.
Older years can be extraordinary years-active, mentally alert, and socially significant. Each moment is not to be lived casually now, but to be savored and appreciated in a whole new way. CEUs: 0.3.
Running Out of Money in Retirement
How much money do I need to retire is probably the most universal retirement question. In this class you will learn not only the answer to everything to long-term care. Through a six-step process you will learn how to achieve the best possible retirement, while most importantly, learning how to never run out of money in retirement. In this class instructor Matthew Jarvis, a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) will share his 13+ years of experience to go beyond the basics to teach you exactly what is needed to enjoy a successful retirement. this question, but also how to coordinate your nest egg, pension and Social Security, as well as avoiding paying too much in taxes or losing
Calming Down: Anger/Stress Management: Court-Approved
Participants will gain a better understanding of causes or sources of rage, anger, or anxiety. Learning how to reframe and develop a less reactive way of life will be the primary focus. Creating a positive life-attitude will help you gain more personal effectiveness and self-esteem that are often lost in difficult life situations. This class is designed for both young adults (age 15+) and adults. This is a court-approved course. Materials provided.
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|8:30AM - 4:30PM
Bldg 99, Rm 131
Highline College and Edward Jones offer this workshop of three seminars to walk you through different aspects of retirement planning: What Happens After the Paychecks Stop? A Retirement Income Primer examines how to budget for retirement expenses, potential sources of retirement income and potential risks to retirement income such as LTC and health care costs. Retirement Has Changed. What's Your Next Move? Teaches you how to organize and record financial assets, set realistic goals for retirement spending, determine if you are on track to reach goals and reevaluate your strategy if necessary. Retirement: Making Your Money Last is designed to help you prepare to live the retirement you have envisioned. We'll discuss strategies designed to help you work toward fulfilling your retirement expectations, focusing on income needs today and well into the future. You'll explore how to address key concerns such as inflation, health care expenses and market volatility as well as ways to prepare in advance for things that may not go as expected. $29 fee includes 1 guest.
|Nov 1-Nov 15
9808 - Add to cart
|6:00 - 7:30PM
Outreach Center Building 99
Bldg 99, Rm 131