In recognition of the national celebration of April as "Financial Literacy Month," the members of the Pennsylvania Banking and Securities Commission are urging Pennsylvania senior citizens to exercise caution and seek information and advice from trusted sources when approached with unfamiliar, complicated investment opportunities.
"The financial marketplace is becoming more complex and we are seeing several products advertised as designed to assist seniors that may not be right for everyone's situation," Glenn E. Moyer, vice-chair of the Commission and Secretary of Banking and Securities said. "Reverse mortgages and annuities, for example, will work for some seniors, but not for all."
Join AARP Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities for a free and non-commercial program on financial education. This investor education conference is designed for individuals who want to build a solid financial foundation by learning smart money management skills. New and experienced investors are welcome.
Hear keynote speaker, Michelle Singletary, nationally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post, and other experts in the fields of investing and personal finance as they address common investing pitfalls, help protect you from scams and help you make better, more informed investment and money management decisions.
REGISTER TODAY – Seating is limited.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 (6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.)
Pittsburgh Marriott North
100 Cranberry Woods Drive
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Doors open at 5:30 for registration, free food and refreshments. Free parking on site.