Greenville, S.C. (January 2019) – For many in retirement, the fear of dying seems to be replaced by the risk of outliving one’s money. Local financial industry professionals Eric Lahaie, RICP®, CFS®, and Jennifer Lahaie, RICP®, CAS®, aim to help educate consumers of retirement planning best practices to help mitigate those concerns.
The Lahaies will teach a brand-new two-day retirement financial planning course, “Retirement Readiness Workshop”, held at Strayer University in Greenville, helping attendees identify, prepare for, and manage the risks in retirement. This comprehensive personal finance course is best for those in the early stages of retirement or those about to retire, and addresses difficult retirement decisions including income planning, Social Security maximization, increasing taxes, inflation, long-term care, and how to prepare a written plan for personal finances in retirement.
“For baby boomers, there’s been a shift in retirement income planning as compared to previous generations—some of the basic financial rules of thumb have changed since the parents of boomers retired,” Jennifer Lahaie said. “This course helps those concerned with their finances and whom are wanting to prepare for market volatility.”
The Lahaies will offer the first session of the two-day workshop on Tuesday February 12th, 2019 with the second session commencing on February 19th at Strayer University’s Greenville Campus (777 Lowndes Hill Road, Bld 3, Ste 300) from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. They are also hosting a second session in the same location on Saturday February 16th, with the second session commencing on February 23rd from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
To register for this course, please visit: www.upstateretirementresource.com or