Thursday, June 23, 2016

Are you ready for retirement?

One hundred percent of us expect to have a good retirement, but more than half of us don’t know how to save for it. The key is making a plan to save, invest, and protect your assets and understand your benefits. On Tuesday, June 28 at 2:00 p.m., join Diane Childs from the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation, and Kimberly Herrmann from the Social Security Administration for a non-biased discussion on earning, investing and maximizing your nest egg. They will go over basic savings and investing, choosing a financial planner, protecting your assets from fraud, and understanding your Social Security benefits. 

Diane Childs
Diane Childs is the financial information outreach coordinator for the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation, a state agency that regulates a number of financial services and products including investments, insurance and mortgages. She travels the state to educate consumers and businesses about the basics of investing, and how to prevent identity theft, financial fraud and predatory lending. She has been with the division for eight years and has talked to more than 350 businesses, organizations, service clubs, retirement communities and professional associations. She has a passion for consumer protection and adequately planning for retirement. Childs has a B.A. Journalism from the University of Oregon.
Kimberly Herrmann

Kimberly Herrmann is a Public Affairs Specialist with the Social Security Administration (SSA). Having worked as a Service Representative, Claims Representative and in the Leadership Management Program, Kimberly has extensive experience with SSA's many programs and conducts educational seminars and trainings throughout Oregon. Kimberly has resided with her family in Oregon since 1994. She and her husband enjoy being outdoors, and have just taken up backpacking. 


 This program is free and open to the public.

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