Posted on: May 22, 2017
Today we are living longer, healthier lives. In fact, many of us can expect to spend more time enjoying retirement than our parents did. Properly planning for retirement and the eventuality of aging is critical. Preparing ahead of time means you are more likely to maintain your lifestyle and feel secure once you retire.
If you are approaching retirement, or have already retired, we invite you to join us at an upcoming seminar Retirement University. The event is sponsored by Northwest Planning, Inc. and American Reliance Group, with Special Guest Speaker Lynn St. Louis of Elder Law Group PLLC.
This free Foundation 201 seminar goes beyond the basics and really digs into the issues facing everyone who retires. It is for those who are working towards retiring and those who have retired. Retirement University will address the following:
- Social Security Maximization
- Long-Term Care – Mitigating Risks and Protecting Assets
- Can I Retire? How much money is enough?
- Estate Planning Documents
- Life Insurance – What to do?
June 15th 5:30-8:00 p.m. “Retirement University” sponsored by Northwest Planning, Inc. and American Reliance Group, with Special Guest Speaker Lynn St. Louis.
Spokane Review Print Facility, 1 N. Monroe Street, Spokane WA 99201
FREE & Open to the Public! Please register here or call (800) 435-9577.
We hope you’ll join us for Retirement University!
The Elder Law Attorneys with Elder Law Group PLLC
Elder Law Group PLLC has been recognized as one of the fastest growing law firms in the U.S. as an Annual Law Firm 500 Award honoree. The experienced Washington Elder Law Attorneys of Elder Law Group PLLC can help you design an Estate Plan that is best tailored to meet your objectives and preserve your assets.
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