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5 Steps to Paying off Student Debt

Free

with Finance Authority of Maine

Calendar Mar 7, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Are you getting ready to start repaying your students loans, or are you currently in repayment?  Did you know there are several repayment options, as well as possible loan forgiveness?  Before your start repaying your loans, make sure to review your options.  Attend this one night workshop and get answers and figure out the best option for you.

Financial Literacy

$5

with Herb Moyer

Calendar Apr 10, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Financial Professional & Prudential Advisor, Herb Moyer, will conduct this informational Financial Education Series.  Topics include:  Savings and Investing Basics; What is a Mutual Fund; Don’t Try to Predict the Market; Understanding Portfolio Statistics of Mutual Funds; Financial challenges that Matter Most and Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft.  

First Time Home Sellers-3/28

$15

with Stephen Bousquet

Calendar Mar 28, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Stephen, a local real estate broker from the Kittery area, developed this seminar to provide home owners with the necessary tools and knowledge for what it takes to prepare for a move.  Steve brings to this seminar the experience gained from a long real estate career in Vermont.   

First Time Home Sellers-5/16

$15

with Stephen Bousquet

Calendar May 16, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Stephen, a local real estate broker from the Kittery area, developed this seminar to provide home owners with the necessary tools and knowledge for what it takes to prepare for a move.  Steve brings to this seminar the experience gained from a long real estate career in Vermont.   

Home Buying Seminar

$5

with Damian Pisano

Calendar Mar 7, 2018 at 7 pm, runs for 1 week

A seminar geared for the first time home buyer, or anyone who would like to learn the process of purchasing a home. You will explore topics such as knowing your credit score, types of home loans available, working with a realtor, making an offer, home inspections, homeowners' insurance and closing.

Long Term Care

Free

with Kerry Peabody

Calendar Apr 25, 2018 at 10:30 am, runs for 1 week

Long Term Care Planning is a fact of life.  Planning ahead provides reasonable assurance that when the time for long term care arrives, the individual will ahve the money and resources to determine what that care will be.  Kerry will share information about the following topics: 

  • What is Long Term Care (LTC)?
  • How much to LTC services cost?
  • How do Medicare and Medicaid pay for LTC?
  • How do you pay with your own money?
  • New insurance options that can help pay for LTC services.

This is an informational session only.  There will be no pressure to sign up for services or products.

Senior Financial Abuse

Free

with John Kageleiry

Calendar Mar 1, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

Join John Kageleiry, of Verium Planning and Asset Management, and learn about the growing problem affecting our seniors and their families.  This discussion will shed light on the many forms of financial harm many seniors are subject to and is meant to engage not only seniors but their adult children.  John will help you understand the scope of this problem and ways that you can help prevent the damage that elder financial abuse creates and protect your savings and assets.  Whether you have a retirement plan or not, this type of abuse affects people of all financial and educational backgrounds.

Stretching Your Dollar: Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Free

with Jane Fanning-Brown

Calendar Apr 11, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Jane returns to share her struggles with finances and how she triumphed over them.  Adopting the attitude of being on a game show. Jane challenged herself to come out the winner by not falling prey to advertising!  Fifteen years ago she earned $3.00 too much per month to qualify for food stamps.  Determined not to fail, she made it through, creating rules and challenges to meet. She will share spot on ideas regarding budgeting, shopping and adjusting lifestyles.

Please bring a canned good to be donated to the local food pantry. 





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