There are three community financial information programs scheduled for next week. These programs will be presented here at Evesham Library by local community business representatives.
Women in Transition: Financial Strategies for Widows and Divorcees
Tuesday, February 8th, 6:45 pm – 8:00 pm
We will Discuss:
Financial Considerations- Getting organized and setting a plan. Legal Considerations- What legal documents do you need? Which documents should be reviewed? Insurance Concerns- What Insurance do you need? Social Security- What benefits are you entitled to? When can you initiate benefits? When should you initiate benefits? Retirement- How much income do you need? Taxes- How can I reduce my taxes? Seating is limited. Call 856-596-8060 to reserve your seat today!
How to save money and sell your home in this challenging market. Do short sales and bank owned properties affect you? What do you need to do to successfully sell your home? These questions and more will be answered. Presented by Steven P. Dooling of Dooling & Co. Realtors. You may register online or call the library at 856-983-1444.
Join Catherine B. Allen, Certified Financial Planner™, for this engaging financial conversation circle for women.
What does money mean to you? Nothing or everything? It’s time we change the way we talk about money. 95% of women are involved in the financial decision making in their household. 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their life. If you are ready to take ownership of your financial well being and gain the knowledge necessary to realize your hopes and dreams, it can start with a simple conversation. You may register online or call the library at 856-983-1444.
About your presenter:
Having worked in the financial industry for over 25 years, Ms. Allen is not satisfied with the way financial advice is provided to women. It is her passion and goal to change the conversation about personal finance. She specializes in hosting circles, women coming together with a common purpose-to learn more about the financial issues that may affect them, now and in the future.