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Of all the subjects to which one is exposed in the formative years of institutionalized education, perhaps none are more significant and yet more ignored than that of personal finance. While virtually every student will one day be responsible to some degree with the efficient handling of money for a family or most certainly, him or herself, it is one area of life that for many, they will be left to fend for themselves.
In this 60-90 minute session, Jeff will introduce you to the fundamentals of investing. While these fundamentals are certainly only a small part of the much greater topic of personal finance, it is imperative that potential young investors be familiar with the foundation upon which they will eventually build their wealth over their lifetimes.
Topics covered will be: Speculating is not Investing; Four Things You Can Do With Money; Own or Loan?; the Damning of Debt; Pay Yourself First; Clarifying Risk; Ten Great Mistakes Young People Make in Investing; Patience and Discipline, the Investor's Allies; The Eggs in the Basket Thing and much more.
- How new laws changed Social Security filing strategies
- Strategies to maximize and integrate Social Security with your retirement.
- Top financial strategies for your retirement
- 4 Phases of Money for the Retiree - Accumulation, Preservation, Distribution and Legacy
Around 45% of Americans take their Social Security benefits at the earliest possible time, usually around their 62nd birthday. For a great majority of these people, that is both a grievous and irreversible decision that has long-term deleterious effects. MORE >Jeff Young has spend a decade teaching people about the most efficient manner to take these distributions and for a couple, the difference in doing it right and doing it wrong can mean tens of thousands of dollars. Jeff explains how people can benefit from understanding the various strategies available to them and exactly how to employ them. This is an eye-opening session and one you will want to hear prior to making those significant decisions about Social Security.
Now more than ever, financial wellness matters. So now more than ever, it's time to address it – by giving a workforce and the general public the tools, understanding and motivation to take control of their financial lives. It causes a compound reaction: More productive people drive an organization's bottom line, as it does the society we live in and more financially confident people influence their families and communities. MORE >
A description of Powers of Attorney and Advance Directives, including unique elements of those documents in Arizona. A discussion of what they accomplish and what they don't accomplish. What happens when someone doesn't have them - a brief overview of Guardianshp and Conservatorship in Arizona.
How to Identify and Implement Social Security Filing Strategies that Maximize Your Retirement Income.
Many Americans do not fully understand Social Security or the amount of Social Security benefit to which they may be entitled. To many individuals and couples, the Social Security rules and bureaucracy are intimidating. I can empower those same individuals to take full control and to maximize the Social Security monthly benefits they have worked hard to accumulate. MORE >I can also clarify many of the misunderstandings and myths that already exist about Social Security benefit claiming. I can provide thoughtful and expert advice regarding how soon to be retiring individual can maximize his or her retirement benefit.
For example, when should the individual file? At 62 or 70? How are my benefits calculated? How long must I work before I am fully qualified? What am I entitled to as a survivor or divorced spouse? Will Social Security be there when I retire?