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500F17 Money Management through Transitions

Free

with Cassidy Cook

Calendar Dec 6, 2017 at 6 pm

Experiencing a layoff or unexpected change in employment can be a scary and emotional situation. However, there are steps you can take to help ensure a quick and manageable recovery. This session can help you regroup, re-evaluate and plan for the future.

Cassidy Cook is a United States Air Force Veteran who was raised in the Tri Cities of Eastern Washington and graduated from Richland High in 2007.  He currently has his AA and is finishing his BA in Education. Currently he works at Gesa Credit union as the Adult Education and Outreach Specialist in the Marketing Department.

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502F17 Beyond the Basics of Essential Oils

$17
Calendar Nov 9, 2017 at 6 pm

Maybe you’ve used a few essential oils or have been to an introductory class, but want to know more. We’ll help you go beyond the basics and learn about the health benefits of essential oils and other natural products. We will learn about non-toxic cleaning, body care, oral health, supplements, and more!

Vicki Kirby was born and raised in Kennewick and is a retired second grade teacher from the Kennewick School District.  In 2014 she chose Young Living Essential Oils as a natural alternative to health and wellness, and it changed her life and her family's.  Visit the website: http://theoilery.net/team-members/vicki-kirby

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505F17 Five Money Questions for Women Seminar

Free

with Joy Behen

Calendar Oct 26, 2017 at 6 pm

Women face unique financial circumstances and a strong financial strategy is vital. Ensure your financial approach fits your lifestyle and needs. Explore five critical money questions for women and discover processes used to identify financial goals and set a strategy. Basic investing terminology will be defined including the Rule of 72 and systematic investing. IRA strategies and employer-sponsored retirement plans will also be discussed.

Joy Behen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and taught Language Arts and United States History in the Kennewick School District before entering the financial world professionally.

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507F17 Myths and Truths about Estate Planning and Probate

$17

with Loren Eddy

Calendar Nov 8, 2017 at 7 pm

Proper estate planning is crucial to your overall financial plan. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of avoiding probate, how a living trust can help (or hurt) you, the value of powers of attorney, and how to avoid a costly guardianship. Emphasis will be placed on debunking myths about wills, trusts and probate. Registering for Being or Choosing an Executor following this class is highly recommended.

Loren Eddy is an attorney in Kennewick and has over 30 years of experience in helping clients with their estate planning choices.

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508F17 Keeping Score: Understanding your Credit Score

$12

with Cassidy Cook

Calendar Nov 29, 2017 at 6 pm

Your credit score is one of the most vital parts of your financial life. Learn how your credit score impacts your life, what a FICO score is, what contributes to your FICO score, and how to improve and/or sustain your credit score.

Cassidy Cook is a United States Air Force Veteran who was raised in the Tri Cities of Eastern Washington and graduated from Richland High in 2007.  He currently has his AA and is finishing his BA in Education. Currently he works at Gesa Credit union as the Adult Education and Outreach Specialist in the Marketing Department.

510F17 Being or Choosing an Executor

$17

with Loren Eddy

Calendar Nov 15, 2017 at 7 pm

Gain information on estate planning, the probate process, and the expectations of executors and the scope of their duties. Leave with sufficient understanding to choose an executor and to communicate with a probate attorney if you are appointed an executor. Previous attendance at Myths & Truths about Estate Planning is highly recommended.

Loren Eddy is an attorney in Kennewick and has over 30 years of experience in helping clients with their estate planning choices.

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514F17 Retire on Track

Free

with Cassidy Cook

Calendar Nov 9, 2017 at 6 pm

Start planning for your retirement and know you’ll have the savings to enjoy it. This interactive course simulates life in retirement and will give you a deeper understanding of different aspects and realities of retirement. Discover how much you need to save and what to plan for so you have the retirement lifestyle you want and can afford.

Cassidy Cook is a United States Air Force Veteran who was raised in the Tri Cities of Eastern Washington and graduated from Richland High in 2007.  He currently has his AA and is finishing his BA in Education. Currently he works at Gesa Credit union as the Adult Education and Outreach Specialist in the Marketing Department.

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515F17 Unlocking Social Security

$12

with Drew Schaefer

Calendar Oct 30, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Learn about recent changes in laws on Social Security and the questions you need to ask to make decisions about your Social Security benefits. Issues covered include your options for waiting to take your benefits, how to decide when to collect, how to maximize your benefits, how survivorship benefits work, and how can you best utilize spousal benefits.

Drew Schaefer is an Eastern Washington native. He is passionate about personal finance and holds a degree in finance with a minor in economics. He is a financial planner registered as a fiduciary with the State of Washington. 

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