07/16/2019 at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Location:
Washtenaw Community College - Business Education Building
4800 East Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
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Courses Taught In Three Tuesday Sessions
Business Education Building – Room 270
Course Code – RPWWC0709
3 Easy Way to Register
- Register on line now!
- Register by phone – 734-838-4574 (lines open 24/7)
- Complete the registration form on your mailer
Tuition $59.00 per person – Includes all 3 classes! Spouses may attend at no additional cost.
Retirement Income Planning
Tuesday – 7/9/19
In this course we’ll demystify retirement income planning, empowering you to understand your finances and design a plan based on sound, safe principles. You’ll learn how to allocate your assets using IRS Guidelines to reduce or eliminate taxes on your income. You’ll learn how to accurately devise a plan for income that will last throughout your retirement by taking on little-known investment vehicles that will help you both achieve your retirement goals and leave a legacy for your loved ones.
A Guide to 401K Rollovers
Tuesday – 7/16/19
The course will clearly show your options in the 401(k) rollover process, helping you avoid common mistakes and misperceptions that could cost you real money as you enter or approach retirement. Meeting your objectives requires an investment plan based on the best way to invest for your retirement. A plan is necessary – it is your map to financial prosperity in your retirement years. Realistically, Social Security may not pay for all your living expenses in retirement. S.S. and employer pension plans will become smaller and smaller portions of retirement income. Personal savings and accruement will become more and more necessary. People living longer, thus needing more income. This course will help you sort out all the options surrounding 401(k)s, and help you choose the wisest plan for protecting your hard-earned savings.
An Introduction to Annuities
Tuesday – 7/23/19
One of the greatest fears of retirees and near-retirees is the fear of outliving their assets. In our parent’s day, many employers offered traditional pensions that could be counted on to provide a steady income for retirees, but as we all know, very few companies offer pension plans nowadays. This course will allow you to navigate your present-day options, and develop a plan that will help you generate safe, reliable income sources in your retirement.
Reserve Your Spot
Bookings are closed for this event.