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Register for May 9 Financial Planning Seminar in Kenedy
KENEDY -- A Financial Planning Seminar will be held Wednesday, May 9, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. in the Kenedy City Hall Auditorium located at 303 W. Main St. in Kenedy. Deadline to register for the $15 seminar is Monday, May 7.
Objective, unbiased financial and estate planning advice is vital when making decisions on what to do with one’s wealth, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert in Karnes County.
AgriLife Extension and Johnson Bender and Co., a wealth management company located in Houston, will present the seminar.
Topics covered will include estate planning, investment planning, lessening your tax burden, multi-generational planning, and working with financial professionals.
“Many people in Karnes and nearby counties have benefited financially by the oil and gas boom,” said Meredith Carter, AgriLife Extension county agent for family and consumer sciences. “And while the seminar will address ‘suddenly wealthy’ individuals, it is open to the general public, so others needing financial planning information may also attend and benefit from it.”
Carter said protecting assets is crucial at this time in order to help prepare for next year.
To preregister online, visit http://agriliferegister.tamu.edu. Enter “financial planning” into the keyword field.
“This is a great opportunity to get objective information and advice from financial professionals at a nominal cost,” Carter said.
For more seminar information, contact Carter at 830-780-3906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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