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Save the Date – Planning for Retirement is Hard Work, November 10, 2017

September 25, 2017

You’ve been planning for your retirement since your career started but when you are finally ready, will all of the hard work pay off? It’s time to get to work and find out. We’re hosting a Retirement Readiness workshop on Friday, November 10 from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm to help folks just like you make sure they are truly prepared.

Join AFA as we host Commonwealth Financial Network’s Joni Youngwirth for this interactive workshop where we consider the aspects of retirement planning beyond the financials. We will cover:

  • Career & work
  • Health & wellness
  • Finance & insurance
  • Family & relationships
  • Leisure & social
  • Personal development

The workshop will be individually customized for each attendee. Registrants are asked to complete a short, online assessment – prior to the session – which focuses on twenty dimensions of retirement success. During the workshop, you will be presented with the results of your survey as well as insight to help you decide where to put more energy in preparing for this life transition.

Ready to get to work?

Since space will be limited, please RSVP today to:

Angela Fernandez – 770-261-5380 or

If you have a friend or colleague preparing to retire who might be interested in attending, let Angela know and we’ll do our best to accommodate them, space permitting.

We hope to see you on November 10!

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