Learn About Retirement Planning at Next AVW Event

Date: Thursday, February, 27, 2020
Time: 1 – 2 p.m.
Location: West Campus, Building 3, Room 116

Want to learn more about retirement? The Association of Valencia Women (AVW) invites you to a workshop, “Your Retirement Plan at Work,” by AIG Retirement Services, formerly known as VALIC.

Attendees will learn why it’s important to start saving, the benefits of participating in your workplace plan, the features of the most common plans offer by employers and how to start saving for a secure future. The workshop will take place on Thursday, February 27, 2020 between 1 and 2 p.m. at the West Campus, Building 3, Room 116.

The AVW is a diverse group of professionals (any gender) dedicated to the pursuit of equity and excellence for women at Valencia. The group hosts and organizes a variety of events including social, educational and networking opportunities. To join, complete the membership registration. Annual membership dues are $15 and can be paid during the event or sent to Melissa Shank, administrative assistant, at mail code 4-4. Make checks out to the Association of Valencia Women.

Click here to register for the Your Retirement Plan At Work Seminar on February 27.

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