A few days back, on July 11, 2016 two members of Henderson Wealth Partners organized a seminar on Retirement Income and now the Monson Savings Bank has announced that it will also organize a retirement income workshop in a few days. The company has made this workshop free for everyone and thinks that such workshops are vital to helping people save up enough for retirement.
Details of the Retirement Income Workshop
The workshop will take place on July 27, 2016. The workshop is entitled, Protecting Your Retirement Income for Life. The workshop would be presented by the Divisional Vice President of SunAmerica Retirement Markets, Mr. Mack Mikaelian. The timings of the workshop are 5.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. It is totally free and open to the general public. There will be a provision for refreshments.
It is pertinent to add here that Mr. Mack Mikaelian has ample experience of working with financial advisors spread throughout Eastern New York and New England. He has several years of experience in the financial services industry. He is very well familiar with retirement income planning topics. He is also a graduate of UMass and Babson College’s MBA program.
The aim of this useful workshop is to ensure that people get to know of some strategies that can help them to get an income for life. The workshop would also help the attendees to know of the key retirement income options available today and it would help them to know which of these are best suitable for them.
Steve Lowell who serves as the President of Monson Savings Bank seemed excited about the workshop. He recently stated that the company is very pleased to be offering the vital workshop. He also added that saving for retirement is very hard and converting the retirement savings to lifetime income can be even harder, complex and even confusing at times. Hence, the workshop is necessary to help people get rid of this dilemma.
Other Vital Details
The venue of this retirement income workshop is the Ware Fire Department that’s situated at 200 West St. in Ware. As the seating is limited, those interested in attending the workshop must reserve a seat by calling at (413) 267-1221 and talking to Anna Calvanese. Alternatively, a person can send an e-mail to [email protected] to ensure that a reservation is made.