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Financial Education: Financial Planning II (Spring 2022) [Video]

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Financial Education: Financial Planning II (Spring 2022)

Welcome to the Financial & Estate Literacy workshop series.
This video’s topic is “Financial Planning II”
This is video 6 out of 6 for the “It’s Your Money” series.

~ By Peter Kote, Don Vivrette, Laura Tarbox

Download the PDF presentation used in this video, click here:
➡️ https://itsyourmoneyandestate.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/IYM-Presentation-Spring-2022-Laura-Tarbox.pdf

To watch the entire “It’s Your Money” series:
➡️ https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcxVcKyxWHUUl03TIf-UdZcGs6MLvmI2Z

To watch the entire “It’s Your Estate” series:
➡️ https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcxVcKyxWHUUiOCYmrXFwF-_59JIzwprD

– For all materials in this presentation, please visit our website and select ‘workshops’
➡️ https://www.iyme.org

– For question & comments:
➡️ Trevor@itsyourmoneyandestate.org

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Who we are ?
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Financial and Estate Literacy (FEL)

We are a non-profit dedicated to preventing financial abuse by educating people to take control of their financial, estate, and charitable giving decisions; and each spring and fall we conduct our It’s your Money and It’s your Estate workshop series which consists of six 90-minutes video workshops per series.

www.iyme.org

~ 501(c)3 org EIN 46-1117177

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Our Charitable Sponsors for the Spring 2022 series:
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American Heart Association, Chapman University, CHOC Children’s Foundation, City of Orange Public Library Foundation, Financial & Estate Literacy, Hemlock Society of San Diego, In Defense of Animals, Laguna Beach Seniors, Laguna Canyon Foundation, Mary’s Path, Newport Beach Public Library Foundation, OC Ronald McDonald House, Pacific Symphony, Providence Mission Hospital Foundation, Susan G. Komen®, The Blue Bell Foundation For Cats.

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