Personal Finance

HEALTHCARE

Medicare 101

Larry Hanan
Confused about Medicare? You are not alone. Each day, 10,000 Americans become eligible for Medicare and most have no idea how to make the transition to Medicare. Get an edge to make the right decisions. Discuss:

  • A Summary of the 4 Medicare Parts
  • Medicare Eligibility and Penalties
  • Medicare Supplemental Insurance (Medigap Insurance)
  • Medicare Advantage Plans vs. Original Medicare
  • Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D)
  • Medicaid and Medicare Savings Programs
  • The Effect of the Affordable Care Act on Medicare

Thu, July 17-24, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 2 wks      Littleton Campus
PERS 1085M01-59240            $59/individuals, $3 material fee to instructor
PERS 1085M99-59241            $79/couples, $3 material fee to instructor

INVESTMENT PROPERTY

Fundamentals of Real Estate Investing: You Can Profit in this Buyer’s Market

Jim Flint
Get 10% return on your money. Create wealth for retirement. Buy homes at foreclosure auctions. Own real estate with your IRA. Learn to buy HUDs and foreclosures, 1031 exchanges, and reverse exchanges. Get cash flow starting in one day. Take an analytical approach to investing.

Tue, July 15, 6:15-9:30 p.m.      Littleton Campus
PERS 1004M01-58080             $49/individuals, $20 material fee to instructor
PERS 1004M99-58081             $79/Couples, $20 material fee to instructor

RENTALS

Managing Your Rentals: How to Avoid Trouble and Vacancies

Bill Cooper
Screen prospective tenants and keep the bad ones out. Be aware of the “dos and don’ts” when dealing with tenants. Have a pool of qualified service people. Review fair housing laws. Understand why a good lease is your best friend and keep your property rented. Discuss how inexpensive professional property management can be and eliminate landlord headaches.

Thu, July 17, 6:15-9:30 p.m.       Littleton Campus
PERS 1005M01-58082              $49, $20 material fee to instructor

RETIREMENT SUCCESS

Rewarding Retirement! Designing Your Time Fulfilling Your Life

Linda Sorrento
Prepare for the non-financial aspect of your retirement. Whether you are still years away or are counting the months, learn the steps to help you get ready and craft your unique plan. Align your values, interests, and gifts to achieve balance in this new phase of life. Explore tools and resources needed to start your transition immediately or when you are ready. Get ideas for what you will do. Connect with Linda on LinkedIn or check out her blog to get more tips!

Tue, Aug 12, 6-9 p.m.         Littleton Campus
PERS 1080M01-58836      $59

Maximizing Your Social Security: Finding Your Best Strategy

Jim Guiffre
For most of us, Social Security is our only source of guaranteed income that we can count on for the rest of our lives. One in four baby boomers will live to age 90 and one in ten will live to 95. Planning your Social Security benefit has never been more important. Discover the options available to married couples, divorced individuals, and widows and widowers that result in higher monthly checks, maximum lifetime benefits and a more secure retirement. Maximize your Social Security benefit! Medicare Benefits will not be discussed.

Tue, Aug 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m.         Littleton Campus
PERS 1029M01-59214              $59/individuals, $3 material fee to instructor
PERS 1029M99-59215              $79/couples, $3 material fee to instructor

WILLS AND TRUSTS

Living Wills and Trusts: Protect Yourself

David Cook
Discover the difference between a Will, Living Will and a Living Trust. Discuss documents needed to admit a relative to a nursing home. Learn about estate taxes and probate. Answer questions about what you can do yourself and when and how much to pay a lawyer.

Wed, July 16, 6-8 p.m.                Littleton Campus
PERS 1033M01-58795               $59/individuals, $2 material fee to instructor
PERS 1033M99-58796               $79/couples, $2 material fee to instructor

COLLEGE FUNDING

How to Find College Financial Aid

Meghan Cave/Dave Aker
Get some help navigating the complicated maze of financing a college education.  You’ll learn valuable information about college costs, the many types of financial aid available to help meet those costs, and how and when to apply.  Discover a variety of strategies, tips and resources to assist you in saving for college, searching for scholarships and understanding how to maximize your eligibility for the various sources of financial aid.

Wed, June 25, 6-8:30 p.m. Littleton Campus    closed
PERS 1001M01-58085      $49/individuals
PERS 1001M99-58086      $69/couples

ONLINE PERSONAL FINANCE CLASSES

Fun! Fast! Convenient! Great Content! Get a Certificate! Ask us how to try the first lesson of a course for FREE! All these courses are conducted online. Click on the class links below or visit our online section to see how easy and fun online learning can be.

Section Numbers Chart:

  • S01     April 15
  • S02     May 20

For all online courses: remember to include course number (below), section number (above), course title and course start date when registering and completing your registration form.

MONEY MANAGEMENTSECTION #COST
Keys to Successful Money Management ONLI 1147$119
Where Does All My Money Go? ONLI 1148$119
Personal FinanceONLI 1149$119
Protect Your Money, Credit, and IdentityONLI 2201$119
STOCKS AND MORE  
Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh My! ONLI 1150$119
The Analysis and Valuation of StocksONLI 1151$119
Introduction to Stock OptionsONLI 1152$119
REAL ESTATE  
Real Estate InvestingONLI 2085$119
Real Estate Investing II: Financing Your PropertyONLI 2086$119