August 31, 2012
Money 101: Securing Your Financial Future at Polk State College
Financial planning is not optional if financial security is important to you. Unfortunately, 54% of Americans have never tried to figure out how much money they will need for retirement1 and 40% of Americans do not have a budget2. If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.
The goal of this course is not to simply give you information; but to teach you the essential skills of personal financial management, and allow you to apply those skills in producing your own personalized financial plan with the help of a professional, in class!
When you understand how to manage your finances, you will have an invaluable tool in taking control of your life. Proper financial planning can provide peace of mind, increased buying power, and a secure future. Every person has limited resources. Learn how to apply them correctly to give your family the life you deserve.
I. What Can My Money Do?
II. What Do All These Numbers Mean?
III. How Will I Afford To Send My Kids/Grandkids to College?
IV. Will I Have Enough Money For Retirement?
V. Should I Purchase Insurance?
VI. Where Should I Invest My Money Now?
VII. What Will Happen To My Money When I’m Gone?
VIII. What is My Financial Plan?
Upon completion, all participants will have developed their own financial plan and have the skills and confidence to reach and maintain good financial health.
Nyrka Riskin, Business Development/Coordinator – Professional Development Institute
863.297.1010 ext. 4059 or email@example.com
Course and reference #: CEV2394A-43755. Thursday nights, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Meets on September 13, 20 and 27. Location: Airside Campus: ASL-150. Course Fee: $249.00/per student.
Posted by emerge at August 31, 2012 05:12 PM
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