retirement


Your Retirement Dream: How Planning Can Make It Come True (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Join us for “Your Retirement Dream: How Planning Can Make It Come True” with Harriet Edleson, author and journalist. Retirement! Have you imagined you’d be lounging on a beach in the south of France or Bethany Beach? Riding a luxury train through the White Towns of Southern Spain? Buying a vacation […]


⭐ Saving and Investing For Women (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Suzanne McGovern of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy will discuss how women can level the playing field through saving and investing. Women have unique financial considerations. There are certain realities  women must deal with–women are paid less than men, spend less time in the workforce, […]


Understanding Social Security Benefits (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Uncertain about Social Security Retirement, Disability and Survivors insurance benefits? Shirley Saxton, Public Affairs Specialist for the Social Security Administration provides an overview of the basics of these programs administered by the Social Security Administration. Her presentation includes a discussion of what social security can mean to you and your family’s financial […]


Financial Counseling (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

In this financially difficult time, our counselors are now available to speak with you about your current financial situation, including general money management, budgeting, saving, banking, retirement planning, and more. Come prepared with your question. To make your appointment, click here. Thursday, December 10, 2020, 5 – 7 p.m. Monday, […]


Taking the Mystery Out of Retirement Planning (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Carol O’Rourke, CFP® shares retirement planning tips and explores the various types of 401(k) and qualified plans. Many people have employer-sponsored retirement accounts, but they often don’t understand the benefits. Learn how to take advantage of your plan’s flexibility. The discussion includes current benefits, and some drawbacks of various retirement […]


Financial Health and Wellness Seminar: Divorce & Money (MCPL) – VIRTUAL or PHONE

Montgomery County Public Libraries and the Montgomery County Commission for Women are pleased to offer a series of financial seminars to help walk you through the ins and outs of “all things” money. The seminars will be led by Jamie Lapin*, owner of Risk Management Group, LLC. Seminars will take […]


Taking the Mystery Out of Your 401K (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Many people have employer-sponsored retirement accounts, but they often don’t understand how they work. Learn to take advantage of your plan’s flexibility.  Carol O’Rourke, CFP® discusses the current benefits and some drawbacks of these plans, including a discussion tax advantages and investment choices, and how you can take more control of your […]


Black History Month Celebration: Tracking the Footprints of Black Elected and Appointed Officials and Voting Paths (MCPL)

Tracking the Footprints of Black Elected and Appointed Officials and Voting Paths The year 2020 is the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment when race and color could not deny you the right to vote. African Americans have continued to rally for voting rights continuously even to the present day. Moreover, […]