CCCBA Member Information Series 2018

Did you know that during the summer the Bar Association sponsors a Member Information Series each year?  This series is here as a benefit to CCCBA members and is designed to provide information about areas that most of us deal with, but may not know much about, from issues related to getting older (from Social Security to home care management) to issues important to those just starting out (student loan debt repayment).  This series is for everyone!

This year’s series starts on June 19 with a program called “Maximizing your Social Security Benefits” and it focuses on learning more about Social Security so that you can avoid mistakes that leave money on the table, maximize your benefits and effectively use Social Security as a means to prevent outliving your assets. Register Here.

On July 12 the Member Information Series continues with “Student Loan Debt Repayment Strategies” which looks at which repayment programs might work for you, effective strategies for saving for the future (debt repayment or buy a house?), and also ways to protect your family as you work toward repayment. Register Here.

On July 25 we look at “The A, B, C’s and D of Turning 65”, which addresses the alphabet soup of turning 65 and planning the transition to Medicare and a Medicare supplement and will cover Medicare Part A and B, eligibility for a Medicare supplement, types of supplements (but NOT specific company information), Prescription Drug Plans, timelines, open-enrollment and tips related to transitioning. It will also give a basic overview of Long Term Care Insurance as well.  Whether you are coming up on 65 or you are taking care of your parents who are entering the world of Medicare, this is an important program. Register Here.

Finally, the series ends on August 8 with “The World of Care Management and Home Care in the New Millennium.”  This is a great follow up to the July 15 program in that it explores the options around home care and care management. Register Here.

The CCCBA provides this series each year to help its members become more informed about areas that affect us all.  Although this is not an MCLE series, it is always well attended, so registration is recommended! Download the flyer of all sessions here.

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