It's a full day of FREE one-on-one personalized financial advice to keep your financial house in order. That's what you will experience on October 17, 2015 during the Sixth Annual Metro Washington Financial Planning Day. Organized by AARP DC, along with the D.C. Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking, the Financial Planning Association of the National Capital Area, and Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, and is part of Financial Planning Days, a national initiative to provide free financial education and programming to people across the country. The day is open to residents in the District, Maryland and Virginia.
Credit and Debt…Budgeting and Saving…Preparing for Retirement…these are just a few of the topics that will covered during a FREE program presented by AARP Missouri and co-sponsored by Waddell & Reed and the Urban League of Greater Kansas City.
Boston, MA—Only 9% of consumers believe they are very knowledgeable about how Social Security benefits are determined and just 1% of Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP ®) professionals say their clients are very knowledgeable about Social Security claiming, according to results of a new joint survey released today by the Financial Planning Association ® (FPA ®) and AARP.
AARP Georgia and the NAACP are collaborating to tackle the issue of financial security and rising debt in the community by offering workshops and resources addressing: credit repair, debt reduction, budgets, and preparing for retirement, October 10-11, Savannah State University, King-Frazier Student Union Atrium, 3219 College St, Savannah, GA 31404.
Get tips about saving and investing, so that you can take control of your financial future, at one of the financial planning seminars that AARP is conducting this fall at libraries throughout the Columbus area.
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