Family Life Resources:
Retirement 101 – Free Hybrid Financial Planning Seminar series for 50 + ( others welcome).
Come learn about retirement planning process, how to protect your assets, planning for future care, social security, Medicare and much more.
Main Speaker: Karen Ho, CFP
7 part series:
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm. Room 115 OR
Join us on Zoom at https://hcc.lv/retirement1012022
Essentials of Financial Planning
Retirement Planning Process
Retirement Distributions and Protecting Your Assets, Minimizing Your Tax (presented by James Liu, CPA)
Long Term/Health Care Planning
Medicare (presented by Zen Hui-Lan)
Additional info and sign up at the lobby counter starting 12/19 after the worship services.
Online registration – https://hcc.lv/RegisterRetire101
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