MARQUETTE — There is a lot of time spent worrying about physical and mental health but what about being financially healthy.
The first in a series of six seminars kicked off tonight at the Peter White Public Library. Experts in various areas were on hand to educate the public on having a holistic approach to building financial roots. The experts will cover everything from financial literacy to estate planning and longer term care. They say knowing what to do and when to do it is key to having financial health
“About when they get out of college when they start working and begin their careers. To do something is better than nothing particularly when you are in your 20’s and early 30’s. Holistic financial planning is critical and I believe this program is the first of its’ kind in our area and elsewhere tying all of the critical components together. Financial health is pivotal in one’s non–financial health,” said Paul Hein, Financial Planner, Safe Point Financial.
The table of experts consists of the top leaders in their respective fields. The additional five seminars will take place every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Peter White Public Library. The seminars are free and no registration is required. The upcoming seminars include, Medical Insurance, Elder Law/Estate Planning, Investment Strategy, Long–term care and Income –Estate Tax Minimization.