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Long-Term Care, Who Cares?

April 8, 2010

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

 

 

Long-Term Care, Who Cares?

 

We often wonder what the future holds for us. Yet with so many conflicting priorities to address today, it is easy to put off thinking about and planning for our own future needs. That is what this seminar is about; it will help you to better understand the many issues surrounding Long-Term Care and the potential impact on people’s financial security and quality of life. If the need arises, how will you meet the financial challenges of Long-Term Care?

 

Everyone who attends will receive a free DVD “Who Cares?” by Kiplinger Personal Finance, brought to you by John Hancock, as well as a Long Term Care workbook.

 

You will also receive information on annuities with Long Term Care benefits. This is new as of January 1, 2010. This is definitely worth checking into! ~ see you at the seminar, Laurie A-Z.

 

Speaker: Michael Smith, LUTCF

President, CPS Horizon Financial Group

 

Date: Saturday, April 24, 2010

Time: 10:00am-11:30am

 

Location: Associated Bank Building

Lower Level Conference Room

4811 S 76th Street

Greenfield WI 53220

 

 

RSVP: call: 414-282-7568 or e-mail: admin@a2zplanning.com

 

Bring a Friend. If you know of anyone who would benefit from this seminar – please pass this information along to them or bring them with you.

 

There is no charge for attendance at this seminar, which is being sponsored by Laurie Aleksandrowicz, A to Z Financial Planning LLC. Laurie has been named a Five Star Wealth Manager for 2010 by Milwaukee Magazine.

 

 

**FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE OUR WEBSITE: WWW.LAURIEA2Z.COM**

 

 

 

A to Z Financial Planning LLC

4811 South 76th Street, Suite 100

Greenfield, WI 53220-4351

Phone: 414-282-7568 Email: Laurie@a2zplanning.com

 

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