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Retirement can be a time to explore new possibilities or to slow down and fully enjoy the life you spent your working years building—or it can be a bit of both. Will you be ready? Do you need a financial advisor to help you? Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County brings you the third session of their Millennial series entitled, Retirement Planning 101 and Exactly How Do Financial Advisors Get Paid?, a free workshop to be offered Thursday, October 12 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Southeast Steuben County Library, 300 Nasser Civic Center Plaza, Corning.
Amy Irvine, CFP®, EA, CASL®, MPAS®, Irvine Wealth Planning Strategies (representing the X generation) and Caitlin Fuller, CFP®, Market Street Trust Company (representing the Y generation) will talk about retirement planning including savings and investment options and how much you should be saving. They will also cover how financial advisors get paid – what is the difference between fee-only, fee-based and commission, and what other fees will there be?
CCE-Steuben is offering this financial workshop series to focus on the challenges these generations are faced with in their everyday lives. Join them for this final session covering financial topics millennials should know. The workshop is free but registration is requested by calling 607-664-2300. Visit PutKnowledgeToWork.org for more financial education information.