Boomers in Transition
Manage Your Money Now
Manage Your Money Future
Social Networks: The Hidden Cost of Participation
Competencies: Adaptability; Problem Solving/Decision Making
2011 marked the first year that the first of the baby boomer generation reached retirement age. For the next 18 years, boomers will be turning 65 at a rate of about 8,000 a day. How will 70 million boomers spend your time in retirement?
Talk of preparing for retirement brings to mind financial issues. But that’s only one dimension to this life stage. Boomers in Transition offers you practical guidance to make the transition from career to retirement and how to prepare for the emotional, psychological, and social changes. This class will help you:
Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours
Minimum participants: 20
Maximum participants: 75
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Competency: Problem Solving/Decision Making
Do you feel like you don’t know where your money goes each month? Is your money running you, instead of you managing your money? If you answered yes to either question, then you need to Manage Your Money Now.
Come analyze your monthly budget, discuss budgeting techniques, and learn what affects your credit report and score. Grow confident in tracking your monthly expenses and making choices with your money.
Don’t let your finances run you, Manage Your Money Now. This class will help you:
Duration: 2 hours
Having no financial plan can be a little like skydiving without a parachute. It’s time to get savvy with your finances and soar into your future with a new financial parachute.
In Manage Your Money: Future you will identify the different investment options that can help you save money. Get introduced to stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and individual retirement accounts.
Don’t wait until you’re ready to retire to figure out your financial future. Manage Your Money Future today. This class will help you:
Do you get coupons in your email from the store you visited one time last year? Do wonder how companies know so much about you when all you’ve given them is your zip code? Don’t just wonder, find out how they know. Learn just how much information companies have on you. Learn how they gather information through your online patterns and why this could be both good and bad. This class will help you: