Getting Your House in Order workshops
What does “Getting Your House in Order” mean? For some, it paints a picture of getting your affairs in order prior to death. For others, it means spring cleaning or de-cluttering. Other people use this expression to talk about their financial affairs, for good or bad.
We have been having conversations with other professionals in downtown Bluffton about the questions that people ask in an effort to “get their house in order.” Is my insurance coverage adequate? When can I retire? Will I have enough money to live on when I am no longer working? What will happen tax-wise when I inherit Dad’s land or IRA? Are there legal ways to give money to my children prior to entering a nursing home? How do I sign up for Medicare or begin to navigate the world of Medicare supplements? Should I be “in the market” if I’m on a limited income? Is there any way to have guaranteed income in retirement? How should I leave money to my children or church or favorite charities? What questions should I be asking that I don’t even know to ask?!
Faith Investment Services is partnering with Fortman Insurance, Scott Basinger, attorney at law, and Neil Reichenbach CPA to provide a non-threatening environment to get some of these basic questions answered. Many of the questions cross the lines of specialty – affecting both insurance and tax planning or impacting investments and estate planning – and we believe it will be especially helpful to have multiple experts in one room.
To RSVP for the free, no-obligation workshop, call 419-358-4207 or email email@example.com
January 15, 2020
7:00p - 8:00p
Front of Faith Investment Services building
Simple Answers to Questions You Didn't Know You Had