Workshops

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 – 6:00PM

 

Lenexa Office Location

13550 West 95th Street
Lenexa, KS 66215
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For the first time in history, women now hold more than half of the nation’s personal wealth, and it’s only continuing to rise. Research tells us that women generally outlive men, are extremely busy, and are talented at finding ways to streamline their responsibilities. Women understand that retirement isn’t just about an investment plan but about generating a sense of security before and during retirement. 

Naturally, we find ourselves strapped for time due to our careers, spouses, children, or other priorities. And while some us can openly admit that we would like to be, or already are, independently wealthy, it’s not uncommon to be overwhelmed when navigating the complexities to our financial journey. This can mean a number of things depending on your personal story, but did you know that we generally have one characteristic that drives us to make most of our decisions?

By attending you’ll learn:

  • Statistics and facts surrounding women in finance
  • How your life thus far has taught you to make the decisions you do
  • What type of “thinker” you are in finance, and how to use that to your benefit
  • How to find more clarity and more confidence about your future in retirement

Grab a friend and reserve your seats for our new workshop “Financial GPS: A Workshop for Women Navigating to Financial Success” presented by JoAnn Huber, a Partner and Advisor at Barber Financial Group. This workshop is for women of all backgrounds, marital status, financial knowledge, and stages of life. We’re not talking about investments, we’re talking about your life and how and why we make the decisions we do when it comes to our financial futures.

 

Thursday, January 17, 2019
6:00PM – Lenexa Office

 

Lenexa Office Location

13550 West 95th Street
Lenexa, KS 66215
Get Directions

Register Below


Franklin Roosevelt introduced to us Social Security. Social Security was originally intended to help people get out of the workforce and live the rest of their lives. Social Security has become a foundation for many people’s retirement. It doesn’t matter if you have a lot of money saved or if you have millions of dollars saved for retirement Social Security is and always will be your money. You put money into the system, every paycheck as long as you worked, and your employer was forced to make a dollar for dollar match. This is your money. The difference between the best and worst claiming strategy for Social Security could add up to be a sizable amount for your retirement.

 
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