Announcing a comprehensive series of free financial workshops to help you in this time of economic uncertainty. Experts in their fields will provide useful information to help you make informed decisions about your financial security.
March 3 Your Approach to Money –Money Psychology and It’s Impact on Cash Management and Investment Risk Tolerance
Carol Piscitelli, MA Life Coach; Elizabeth Cox, CFP®, Director, FPA CT Pro Bono; Christopher Tasik, CFP®, Tasik Financial Strategies LLC*
March 10 Getting Out of the Red – Consumer and Medical Debt/Credit Management Richard Blumenthal, Attorney General, State of Connecticut; Nan Jackson, CFP®, FP; Katalin Goencz, Founder MedBills Assist.
March 17 Rebounding from Job Loss – Labor Market Trends and Reinventing Yourself in a Tough Employment Market; COBRA/Health Insurance
Jo Shute, Vice President – Marketing, Communications & Planning, The Workplace, Inc.; Richard Spann, SVP, Gateway International Group; Lydia Maffei, Insurance Broker, CLTC
March 24 Hanging on to Hearth and Home – Mortgage Debt, Refinancing, Short Sales, and Foreclosure Intervention Merrie Hawley,Esq., Attorney; Burt Hoffman, Esq., Attorney; Marc Hawley, Mortgage Broker, Landmark Financial LLC
March 31 Securing Your Family’s Future – College and Retirement Funding Peter Slavin, President, FPA Fairfield County Chapter; John Pearson, CPA, Barnum Financial Group
These events are co-sponsored by the Darien YWCA and the Financial Planning Association of Fairfield County. All lectures will be held at the Darien Library.
Money Matters workshop attendees should register in advance and at no charge with the YWCA Darien/Norwalk. For additional information about the YW or to register for the free workshops, visit www.YWCADarienNorwalk.org or call (203) 655-2535. Carol Piscitelli can be reached at (203) 655-2535 x 307 or by email at email@example.com.