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Wednesday, September 30 at 1pm EST  

  • Money Concepts for Teens and Young Adults 

Financial success is a lifelong endeavor with many goals to achieve along the way. Even as adults, it can be challenging to make sense of our priorities and navigate all of the financial information thrown at us. For your older teens and young adults, it may be doubly confusing. Helping your kids discover how to handle and manage money will pave their path for successful money management, whether they are a teen, in college, or just graduating college.

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Wednesday, October 21 at 1pm EST  

  • Options for Dealing with Debt  

If you’re dealing with debt, you are are not alone. Let’s work together to come up with a plan to get out of debt and reduce your financial stress.

Who Should Attend

  • Anyone facing challenges keeping up with monthly debt payments

  • Those impacted by the recent financial challenges stemming from the ongoing pandemic

  • People having trouble staying current with late charges, high interest fees and other costly expenses related to debt

What You’ll Learn

  • Explore the pros and cons of various debt repayment strategies

  • Learn how much debt is too much, and how to avoid debt problems in the future.

  • Suggestions to get additional help and how to access Resource Guides that address financial challenges created by the current pandemic.

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Wednesday, October 28 at 1pm EST  

  • Caregiving – When Life Happens to Those We Love   

Whether it’s a special needs child, a parent or other loved one facing medical hardship, caregiving for those we love becomes a complicated web of navigating complex systems and formulating a plan. Even for those who have developed an initial plan, support systems are challenging amidst the nuances of complex decision making, grieving, and finding a way forward.

Who should attend

  • Guardians and caregivers for special needs children or adults

  • Caregivers of elderly parents or those caring for family members facing medical challenges

What You’ll Learn

  • Understand key insights and learnings to effectively manage each unique situation

  • Connect with personal stories and best practices, learnings and insights about navigating these journeys.

  • Learn strategies from CareTribe on how to start planning for future caregiving needs, identify support structures, and take care of your emotional, physical and financial well-being as you deal with a crisis.

Join CareTribe COO and Co-founder Madhavi Vemireddy, along with two GreenPath team members, Beth Luke and Tina Ponder, who have experienced first-hand the effects of caregiving for those we love.

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click below to access a catalog of previously recorded sessions that you can watch at your leisure.  Categories include:

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

  • It’s FAFSA Time

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A variety of topics to watch (and download slides) at your convenience including:

  • Student Loans – eligibility, options, applying and more

  • Student Loan Refinancing – what you need to know

  • Completing the FAFSA – Free application for Federal Student Aid

  • How to Find Scholarships for College

  • Deciphering Your Financial Aid Award Letter

  • Countdown to College – What to Know Before you Go!

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Wednesday, October 7th at 12 PM & 6 PM EST  

  • Social Security & Your Retirement 

Do you know the rules of the road when it comes to Social Security? Determining when to begin benefits could be one of the biggest financial decisions you face, and there are key issues to consider.

During this virtual seminar, you’ll find out more about your Social Security benefits and discuss the role they play when setting a clear direction for your financial future:

  • What are the rules for starting your Social Security benefits?

  • How do spouses coordinate their benefits?

  • Are there different routes to take that could potentially increase your benefits?

  • How do you decide where Social Security fits within your retirement plans?

October 7th @ 12 PM EST – reserve your virtual seat 

October 7th @ 6 PM EST – reserve your virtual seat

Space is limited so please make your reservations today. MGA-3052356.1-0420-0522


Wednesday, October 14th at PM EST  

  • Understanding Medicare  

Planning for retirement is never easy and maneuvering through Medicare rules and regulations is one more step in an already confusing process.

During this virtual seminar, you’ll find out more about the basics of Medicare and how financial education can help you in retirement income planning:

  • Medicare basics and the differences between Parts A, B, C and D

  • Tips for choosing your coverage and enrolling in Medicare

  • How to consider health care costs when planning your retirement income

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Space is limited so please make your reservations today. MGA-3055122.1-0420-0522


Wednesday, October 20th at 6 PM EST  

  • Income for Life – Guaranteeing retirement income to last a lifetime

You have retirement goals and plans for your future. Without a regular paycheck to count on, achieving a steady stream of retirement income will be an important part of the road ahead. Will Social Security be enough? What about your 401(k)?

Join us for a virtual session that can help you set your financial direction and answer more of your questions:

  • What sources of retirement income will you rely on?

  • What retirement risks do you face now that you’re drawing on their savings?

  • Which income strategies should you consider?

  • How can you use annuities to guarantee income for life?

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Space is limited so please make your reservations today. MGA-3055032.1-0420-0522


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