AARP AARP States Arkansas

Financial Resilience for Today & Tomorrow

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Thursdays, July 8-29, 12:00-1:00 p.m. CST
This is an ONLINE event via Zoom.
Register: aarp.cvent.com/VirtualAR2021

During this 4-week interactive workshop, participants will learn about the most important aspects of their financial health as they define their own financial goals, set priorities and take steps to secure their future. Topics will include social security, budget planning, managing credit and debt, and protecting your finances from scams and fraud.  

Financial Basics Thursday, July 8 at noon (CST)- Financial Basics (Savings, debt, credit, managing unplanned expenses) Presented by Martin Booker, AARP Financial Resilience Team

Getting on Track Thursday, July 15 at noon (CST)- Determining how much money you will need for retirement compared to how much you are on track to have saved by retirement.​ Presented by Lee Baker, CFP, AARP Volunteer, AARP Georgia

Bridging the Gap Thursday, July 22 at noon (CST)- Choosing strategies to bridge the gap (if you discover that you have a gap).​  Presented by Ridge Multop, AARP Ambassador, AARP VA

Avoiding Scams & Fraud Thursday, July 29 at noon (CST) – Saving your retirement from scams and fraud. Presented by Seth Boffeli, AARP Advisor, Fraud Prevention Programs

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