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Financial Education Seminar Series Continues

Continuing this fall is the JHU partnership with TIAA-CREF for the Financial Education Seminar series. You are invited to attend each of these informative sessions and get a head start on preparing for a better retirement.

Here’s a quick look at the seminars in the series:

Market Volatility - In this seminar, you’ll learn the ins and outs of market volatility and how to create a long-term investment strategy that’s appropriate for your personal situation, no matter how the markets perform from day to day. The seminar will review diversification, asset allocation, the importance of investment expenses, and how maximizing your retirement contributions and investing in IRAs can help you reach your goals.

Managing Your Retirement Plan Through a Yearly Review - Learn how to monitor your retirement savings, including reviewing your allocations, checking your risk tolerance, and ensuring your account beneficiary designations are up to date. This seminar will also discuss Target Date Funds and how to use them to create a portfolio tailored to your unique financial situation.

She’s Got It: A Woman’s Guide to Saving and Investing - Created for and presented by women, this interactive workshop gives you a revealing trip through the basics of investing. You’ll take part in group activities that will help you identify your savings goals, develop strategies to pursue them, and evaluate your progress.

Postcards from the Future: A Woman’s Guide to Financially Ever After - This interactive workshop will help you create a savings plan to take you through every phase of life. You’ll learn how to identify your “retirement vision” so you can save for your investment goals and, ultimately, your ideal retirement. You’ll also find out about retirement products - such as 403(b) plans, IRAs and annuities - that you can use to help build future savings.

Sign up or learn more about the specific seminar times, locations and dates. You will also have the option to set up a one-on-one counseling session with your financial vendor. FastFacts versions of the Financial Education Seminar series will be on the Benefits website when available.

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