Justin Moilanen teaching virtual Retirement Planning Today® mini-course
Justin Moilanen will be teaching the Retirement Planning Today® content, offered through UW-Parkside’s mini-course curriculum. The program is open to the public and will be delivered virtually via GoToMeeting.
The program offers four hours of virtual instruction over two sessions (two Thursdays October 15 and October 22 – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. OR two Saturdays October 17 and October 24 – 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.) This is a popular session and advance registration is required.
At a cost of $49, this is a great opportunity to be introduced to retirement planning concepts. The program is geared for those age 50 to 70, but is open to anyone who is interested.
“For current clients who may be interested in referring others to FSG, the mini-course is one to introduce us to them,” said Justin. Participants will learn valuable content and may determine that further consideration of FSG for their financial life planning is a good fit.
Retirement Planning Today® offers something for everyone. Regardless of how far or near retirement is for you, this course will teach you how to build wealth and align your money and values so you can realize your retirement dreams. The information you learn will help you throughout your working and post-working life and is appropriate for people who are self-employed and for employees of corporations or government agencies. This course includes a 223-page illustrated textbook.
As a result of attending Retirement Planning Today® you will be prepared to:
•Create a vision for your life once work isn’t your primary job anymore;
•Determine how much money you will need to retire;
•Identify and avoid making mistakes that can cost you money, time and peace of mind;
•Understand the options and decision variables of various retirement income sources and how to minimize taxes on them;
•Learn about cash accounts, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, exchange traded funds and other investment vehicles and how to manage investment risks;
•Protect yourself from large financial loss prior to or during retirement;
•Ensure your estate plan accomplishes what you want it to and minimizes income, gift, and estate taxes, avoids delays and ensures liquid assets after your death.
Visit this link to register for either of the two-date sessions.