You’re Invited: Retirement Planning 101, an Adult Education Course Presented by CAIFL

Posted by on Sep 20, 2011 in Featured Articles., News | 1 comment

The California Institute for Financial Literacy is providing Northern California residents with the opportunity to learn about and examine their own financial futures.

The four-session course, Retirement Planning 101, will be held at Yuba College starting October 18, 2011.

Course Topics:

  • When can I retire?
  • Financial Basics
  • How can I put my money to work?
  • Minimizing Taxes
  • Retirement Income
  • Investments
  • Estate Planning
  • Medicare
  • Long-Term Care
  • Risk Management

Upon course completion, students will be better prepared to increase cash flow, reduce tax outlay, preserve income, fight the effects of inflation, provide college education for their children, build net worth, identify common pitfalls and misconceptions regarding retirement, and protect their family’s estate.

For more information, or to register, visit: http://caifl.org/reg/
 
 

Flyer:

CAIFL Retirement 101 Course

CAIFL Retirement 101 Course

Download: CAIFL Flyer Retirement 101 Course Registration PDF
 

About CAIFL:

CAIFL is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating pre- and post retirees on all things financial. Our instructors volunteer their time and expertise in order to provide a comfortable learning environment. Join us in our crusade to end financial illiteracy!

Through workshops and seminars, CAIFL introduces several keys to a successful financial future and helps people to become aware of risk management, investment strategies, tax savings, and estate planning. All educational programs are available to corporate and community groups for the advancement of financial education.

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  1. There are so many things associated with retirement planning that deserve time and discussion. This should be a very worthwhile program. Thanks for doing this!

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