'Will It Be There for You? A Forum on Social Security' to be held Oct. 6
Mark your calendar now. The Financial Planning Association of Minnesota (FPA of MN) is presenting, “Will It Be There for You? A Forum on Social Security,” during National Financial Planning Week, Oct. 3-9.
This forum will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium. The forum intends to educate people on the future of Social Security and some of the reform proposals that have been made. This event is open to the public and welcomes students, faculty and alumni.
FPA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. Its Minnesota chapter, along with other FPA chapters across the country, strives to promote the value of financial planning.
“Will It Be There for You? A Forum on Social Security” will feature locally renowned panelists: Tim Penny, senior fellow at the University of Minnesota; former state Rep. David Hage, editorial writer for the Minneapolis Star Tribune; and Bill Moore, chief of staff for the Minnesota AFL-CIO. The forum will provide differing opinions and educate the citizens of Minnesota on the options they have in dealing with their retirement and Social Security.
For more information on FPA’s National Financial Planning Week or about this event, contact Bonnie Stanley, executive director, FPA of MN, or Christen Rice of Perception Inc., (301) 963-7555.
About the FPA-MN
The Financial Planning Association of Minnesota is the membership organization for the financial planning community within the state of Minnesota. Its members are dedicated to supporting the financial planning process in order to help people achieve their financial goals. FPA members express the belief that everyone needs the objective advice of a CFP professional to make smart financial decisions.