There are different ways to achieve financial freedom, like reducing debt, increasing savings, and planning for retirement. AARP is working to ensure you have the resources and tools you need to take charge of your future.
To learn about available resources, join AARP PA’s free discussion by calling 877-229-8493 (passcode 14527) on Tuesday, October 27th at 6:30pm.
To whet your appetite, here are four tips for debt reduction:
- Make a list of your bills and then figure out ways to trim them. Trimming down on everyday expenses can add up over time.
- Shop around for services like phone, cable and internet. You may find a better deal that can bring down your costs.
- Get a handle on home expenses, like energy costs to help save you money.
- Avoid impulse buying, whether it’s for groceries, clothes, or bigger ticket items.
Want to learn more? Have questions?
Join AARP PA’s free discussion on Tuesday, October 27th at 6:30pm by calling 877-229-8493 and, when prompted, enter passcode 14527.
You will have the opportunity to ask questions, get advice, and learn about valuable resources to help reduce debt and increase savings.
One of our two guest speakers is Georgette Miller, a lawyer, author, radio host and TV host. Miller has five law offices helping consumers get out of debt and back on the road to recovery.
Lee Baker, a certified financial planner, will also be joining us as a guest speaker. Baker has been helping individuals and small businesses make financial decisions for almost 30 years. He has a background in insurance and is the founder of a registered investment advisory firm. Baker is also a spokesperson for the AARP Financial Freedom campaign.
Being financially secure after retirement can mean a life change, but there is a multitude of ways to make sure that you are prepared!
Want to know more? Tune in!
On Tuesday, October 27th at 6:30pm, call 877-229-8493 and enter passcode 14527 to join this free financial security discussion hosted by AARP PA.
Consult your financial advisor or lawyer for advice regarding your personal situation.