Continuing Education Schedule of Classes

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Financial Planning

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Elder Law and Asset Protection 

Tuition: $55 Fees: $12 Sessions: 3 
35521Sat.7/22-8/59:30 AM - 11:30 AMFallston Hall, Rm. 206K. Bress
Tuition: $45 Fees: $12 Sessions: 3 
45237Sat.9/23-10/79:30 AM - 11:30 AMFallston Hall, Rm. 201K. Bress

Financial Issues of Divorce 

Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45241Thur.10/126:30 PM - 8:30 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 208C. Wienckowski

Fundamentals of Investing 

Tuition: $55 Fees: $12 Sessions: 3 
45235Tues.10/3-10/176:00 PM - 8:30 PMJoppa Hall, Rm. 012R. White

Homebuying Basics 

Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45230Wed.10/116:30 PM - 8:30 PMBel Air Hall, Rm. 236K. Basta

Medicare Planning for Baby Boomers 

Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45240Wed.11/86:30 PM - 8:30 PMBel Air Hall, Rm. 236C. Wolpoff

Retirement Asset Management 

Tuition: $45 Fees: $12 Sessions: 2 
35446Tues.8/8-8/156:15 PM - 8:45 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 206A. Albidress
Tuition: $45 Fees: $12 Sessions: 2 
45233Tues.10/3-10/106:15 PM - 8:45 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 205A. Albidress
Tuition: $45 Fees: $12 Sessions: 2 
45234Sat.10/28-11/49:30 AM - 12:00 PMJoppa Hall, Rm. 012A. Albidress

Retirement Realities for the Working Woman 

Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45239Wed.10/116:30 PM - 8:30 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 206J. Davis

Social Security Strategies for Women 

Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45238Wed.9/206:30 PM - 8:30 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 206J. Davis

Taking Control of Future Events Through Long-Term Care Planning 

Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45242Tues.10/310:00 AM - 12:00 PMEdgewood Hall, Rm. 143M. Barnickel
Tuition: $29 Fees: $9 Session: 1 
45243Tues.11/146:30 PM - 8:30 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 205M. Barnickel

Wills, Estates, and Trusts 

Tuition: $45 Fees: $12 Sessions: 2 
45236Sat.10/14-10/219:30 AM - 12:00 PMFallston Hall, Rm. 203K. Bress


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