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Tuesday, October 3, 2023
7:00 PM, Community Room
Duration: 1 hour
About the Program
This session will provide important information on steps, stages, and considerations when it comes to retirement planning for all ages and genders. The presenters will talk through how to best utilize work retirement programs, introduce and educate about tax shelters and finally discuss some of the most common ‘missing pieces’ people forget to tackle when thinking about retirement. Bring your questions and join in on the discussion!
Meet the Presenters
Empower.ology is a local women’s group that focuses on empowering women to take action in their lives by creating opportunities to prioritize health and happiness, personally, professionally and financially. We are passionate about educating women, supporting local women owned businesses and being connectors in our community. We invite any woman, no matter your age, career or life situation to join us!
Hannah Gaskill is a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual. She believes that by taking the time to listen to her clients and understanding what’s most important to them she can design financial plans from multiple strategies that help them get where they want to be. She has a Masters in Business Administration from Wright State University and is passionate about working with female healthcare providers and business owners. She believes that if she can educate and inspire confidence when it comes to finances, ultimately her clients, their families and their communities will be better off.
Peggy Collins is a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual. Her practice focuses on full financial planning which includes debt planning, insurance planning, special needs planning, investment management with a focus on retirement distribution planning and asset protection. In addition to her bachelors in Financial Services, and registered representative, she is a Retirement Income Certified Professional from the American College. Her mission is to inspire and motivate clients, particularly women, to take ACTION on their financial plans and create an educational and non-judgmental environment for learning.