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Financial Planning Day – Saturday, October 20, 2018

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Free financial planning event for all…

Saturday, October 20th Event at the Harold Washington Library, Chicago

The Financial Planning Association of Illinois and the Chicago Public Library have partnered to provide a unique FREE event, Financial Planning Day, on Saturday, October 20 at the Harold Washington Library in Chicago, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Terry Savage, a nationally recognized expert on personal finance, will kick off the event at 10:00 am with “The Savage Truth on Money,” a presentation focused on the economy, the stock market, and planning for the future.  Beginning at 11:00 am, classroom-style presentations on a variety of financial planning topics will be offered and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals will be available to provide one-on-one consultations.  There are no strings attached, and attendees are welcome to bring their questions on budgeting, insurance, debt, investing, employer benefits, and more.

As the Director of Public Awareness for the FPA of Illinois, I am responsible for coordinating this event and would greatly appreciate your help in promoting it.  We would like as many people as possible to take advantage of the free advice offered and to see Terry Savage’s presentation!  Please click here for a link to the event, which you are welcome to forward to others and/or post on social media, and click here for a flyer to distribute.  Thank you, in advance, for helping to spread the word!

AUTHOR - Tammy Wener

As co-founder of RW Financial Planning, Tammy oversees the financial planning process for all clients and manages the day-to-day operations of the firm. She truly enjoys getting to know her clients and is not shy about asking questions. Tammy has 15+ years of experience in the financial planning and estate planning fields and has worked with a broad range of clients including: couples simultaneously planning for financial independence, caring for their parents, and saving for college; newly widowed and divorced women looking to become more financially literate; young couples just starting out; families juggling the demands of a child with special needs; and financially independent individuals and couples exploring “what comes next.”