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5th Annual Family Financial Tool Kit April 10th

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/28/2013

The 5th annual Family Financial Tool Kit event comes to the Masonic Temple on Middle Bellville Road in Mansfield, Wednesday April tenth from 9 am to 3 pm.

Patrice Scott of Catholic Charities says past seminars have been geared toward women, but this one is open to and welcomes men.

She told the Richland County Commissioners this morning, topics will cover a person's financial live from beginning to end. 

Jenni Paramore of Directions Credit Union will speak on Banking Terminology.

Ted Wendling of Rinehart, Walters, Danner Insurance will speak on home, health, and life insurance.

Jack Stewart will talk about 401(k)'s, IRA's, and college planning.  

Mark Timberlake of Genesis Business Solutions in Bellville, who lost his job with a bank after twenty-seven years, will speak about dealing with a sudden job loss.

The Ohio Attorney General's office will discuss scams and identity theft.

Social Security and legacy planning will also be addressed.

To register, call Patrice Scott at 419-524-0733 Ext. 242 by April 5th.  The registration fee is $10.

The doors open at 8 am.  Breakfast and lunch will be served.  Participants will receive a financial tool kit, and door prizes will be available.    

   
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