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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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Webinar - Planning for the Unexpected...

Cost: Free

Planning for the Unexpected
Establishing an Emergency Fund & Other Savings Options

Personal finance experts tell us that ideally, we should have 3-9 months' worth of expenses saved in an emergency fund. It's also recommended that we save for retirement, so we can replace 80% of our pre-retirement income. For most of us, there is only so much money to go around. During this webinar, we'll explore different savings options and strategies to help you plan for the unexpected, while still saving for retirement.

New this year! Studies show that most youth today – 69% - still rely on their parents as their leading source of financial knowledge. In an effort to help you educate the next generation of super savers, during this webinar we'll provide some emergency fund planning and savings tips and resources that you can share with your kids, grandkids or any younger audiences you think would benefit from this important information.

Thursday, March 21
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. (EST)

Where: Online

Registration: Click here to register.

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