March 4, 2017: Student Loan Forgiveness & Retirement Planning

Will I be able to afford to retire…Or am I going to die at my desk?

 
Everyone is on a different retirement path. Some haven’t even started the journey, and some can see the light at the end of the tunnel. This presentation will cover the basic concepts of retirement planning: identifying financial goals, investment vehicles, risk analysis, rule of 72, diversification, pre and post-tax, debt and compound interest snowball. Specifics of what individuals should do will not be discussed; however, resources available from NEA Member Benefits will be shared to help members start the retirement journey.
 

Generation Debt: Student Loan Forgiveness

 
The latest NEA Member Benefits research shows recent graduates are leaving universities with greater and greater debt. This presentation focuses on how teachers who teach in “high impact schools” can get a portion of their Stafford and Perkins loans forgiven. We’ll also discuss the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Only applies to undergraduate and graduate degrees and those who have not consolidated their loans.
 
9:30am – 12pm
There is no cost to attend this training. Light refreshments served.
 
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