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Award Winning Education Series

MONEY TALK:    A Financial Guide for Women®

Women have unique financial needs. Statistics say that 85% or more will be on their own financially at some time. Some women never marry; some divorce and some will outlive their husbands. This 3-week course will help you take charge of your future and increase your knowledge of financial matters.

Financial Basics (cash flow, goal-setting, credit, and net worth)
Insurance Basics
Investing Basics
Investing for Retirement
Planning for Future Life Events (estate issues, wills, widowhood)

To learn more, please contact Linda Black – Lblack@lifemark.com

First, knowledge. Then, choices.



Chartered Financial Consultant

The Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) designation program focuses on the comprehensive financial planning process as an organized way to collect and analyze information on a client’s total financial situation; to identify and establish specific financial goals; and to formulate, implement, and monitor a comprehensive plan to achieve those goals.

The ChFC program provides financial planners and others in the financial services industry with in-depth knowledge of the skills needed to perform comprehensive financial planning for their clients.

Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor

The Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®). Program focuses on the pre- and post-retirement needs of individuals, allowing you to transform the retirement planning process into a positive experience.   This training qualifies me to guide you through the retirement process from start to finish, addressing issues such as estate planning and asset management.
The Retirement Planning Process & Meeting Multiple Financial Objectives
Sources of Retirement Income
Personal Savings: Investing for Retirement
Employer-Sponsored Plans
Individual Deferred Compensation
Planning for Incapacity, Disability & Long-Term Care
When to Retire
Retirement Plan Distributions
Asset Management & Investment Strategy During Retirement
Income Taxes & the Retiree
Estate Planning

Retirement Cash Flow Considerations