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Event DateTimeEventCounty
Thursday
06/24/2021
11:30 AM
to
12:30 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Fraud BINGO
Virtual - Philadelphia Senior Center-Allegheny
1900 W. ALLEGHENY AVE.
PHILADELPHIA, PA  18132
Fraud BINGO - is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money! For additional information contact: Barbara Whitmore at: 267-286-1455
PHILADELPHIA
Friday
06/25/2021
11:00 AM
to
12:00 PM
Banking Basics
Virtual - Pike County Workforce Development Agency
SHOHOLA BUSINESS CENTER, 837 ROUTE 6, UNIT 2
SHOHOLA, PA  18458
This presentation is an overview of how banks and credit unions work. We also discuss the differences between types of accounts; the importance of balancing accounts; what to do if you have had banking issues in the past; what types of questions you should ask before opening and account; and what deposit insurance does and does not cover. For additional information and to register contact: Cynthia DeFebo - Director - Pike County Workforce Development Agency - E-mail: cdefebo@pikepa.org or p:570.296.2909
PIKE
Tuesday
06/29/2021
6:00 PM
to
6:30 PM
Top 3 Scams Impacting Older Adults - With Special Guest from PA AG's Office
WebEx
In this session of Midweek Money Matters, special guest Michelle Nutter from the PA Attorney General’s Office is going to discuss the top 3 scams her office is seeing that involve older adults throughout the commonwealth and how you can avoid becoming victim of them. As we have learned in June, older adults are victims of financial exploitation and frauds all too often, and it impacts more than their financial well-being. Being aware of the top scams we or our loved ones need to be aware of will help us all in the long run.
DAUPHIN
Wednesday
06/30/2021
10:00 AM
to
10:30 AM
Top 3 Scams Impacting Older Adults - With Special Guest from PA AG's Office
WebEx
In this session of Midweek Money Matters, special guest Michelle Nutter from the PA Attorney General’s Office is going to discuss the top 3 scams her office is seeing that involve older adults throughout the commonwealth and how you can avoid becoming victim of them. As we have learned in June, older adults are victims of financial exploitation and frauds all too often, and it impacts more than their financial well-being. Being aware of the top scams we or our loved ones need to be aware of will help us all in the long run.
DAUPHIN
Wednesday
06/30/2021
11:00 AM
to
12:00 PM
NOTE Open to Employees
STaRT (Start Today and Retire Tomorrow)
Allegheny Unlimited Care Providers
119 JARI DR.
JOHNSTOWN, PA  15904
This program discusses retirement planning. The goal is to help you determine what your retirement goals are and how to help you get there. No matter where you are in the timeline for retirement, early career, mid-career or late career, know that it’s never too late to STaRT.
CAMBRIA
Tuesday
07/06/2021
6:00 PM
to
6:30 PM
MMM: Investment Accounts - Not just for retirement planning
WebEx
Often when we think of investing, the first thing that comes to mind is retirement planning. We learned in previous presentations that there are annual deposit limits for various retirement accounts. Did you know that you can invest for other reasons? This session will cover basic information about Standard Brokerage Accounts: how to open one, what to look for when considering where to go to open it, and the types of investments that can be made.
DAUPHIN
Wednesday
07/07/2021
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open to Residents
Cybersecurity and Romance Scams
Virtual - Lancaster City Housing Authority
325 CHURCH STREET
LANCASTER, PA  17602
Whatever your age, understanding how to keep your information safe and secure online is vitally important for everyone. This presentation covers key topics like using secure websites, creating strong passwords, being aware of what you put on social media, and even tips for shopping online safely. For more information contact: Vasthi Dominguez, Resident Service Coordinator at: (717) 283-0428 ext. 3041
LANCASTER
Wednesday
07/07/2021
12:00 PM
to
12:30 PM
MMM: Investment Accounts - Not just for retirement planning
WebEx
Often when we think of investing, the first thing that comes to mind is retirement planning. We learned in previous presentations that there are annual deposit limits for various retirement accounts. Did you know that you can invest for other reasons? This session will cover basic information about Standard Brokerage Accounts: how to open one, what to look for when considering where to go to open it, and the types of investments that can be made.
DAUPHIN
Thursday
07/08/2021
11:00 AM
to
12:00 PM
NOTE Open to Employees
Spending Plans – A Roadmap to Financial Success
Virtual - Allegheny Unlimited Care Providers
119 JARI DR.
JOHNSTOWN, PA  15904
This presentation focuses on the need for a spending plan so that people can achieve their financial goals. We discuss the differences between wants and needs; setting SMART goals; creating a spending plan; putting the plan into action; as well as periodically reviewing goals and spending plans in order to ensure that you can stay on track.
CAMBRIA
Thursday
07/08/2021
7:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
Reverse Mortgages - What Can You Expect?
Virtual - Phoenixville Public Library
183 SECOND AVE.
PHOENIXVILLE, PA  19460
Topics in this presentation include: What is a Reverse Mortgage, What I need to qualify, What the procedures are for obtaining and retaining a Reverse Mortgage, financial requirements to obtain, alternative options to consider (such as a home equity line of credit) what to avoid, drawbacks, your obligations and how you can repay the debt. The overall consideration – is it right for me? To register go to library website: https://phoenixvillelibrary.org/ then "Explore," then "Adults" and "Events Calendar."
CHESTER
Monday
07/12/2021
11:30 AM
to
12:30 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Banking Basics
Virtual - Philadelphia Senior Center-Allegheny
1900 W. ALLEGHENY AVE.
PHILADELPHIA, PA  18132
This presentation is an overview of how banks and credit unions work. We also discuss the differences between types of accounts; the importance of balancing accounts; what to do if you have had banking issues in the past; what types of questions you should ask before opening and account; and what deposit insurance does and does not cover. For more information contact: Barbara A. Jackson, Program Coordinator at: 267-286-1455
PHILADELPHIA
Tuesday
07/13/2021
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Fraud BINGO
Virtual - York County Senior Center
150 E. MAIN STREET
NEW FREEDOM, PA  17349
Fraud BINGO - is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money! For more information contact: Beverly Rice -- Center Coordinator at: (717) 235-6060
YORK
Tuesday
07/13/2021
6:00 PM
to
7:00 PM
Spending Plans – A Roadmap to Financial Success
Virtual - Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen
100 N. 19TH STREET
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
This presentation focuses on the need for a spending plan so that people can achieve their financial goals. We discuss the differences between wants and needs; setting SMART goals; creating a spending plan; putting the plan into action; as well as periodically reviewing goals and spending plans in order to ensure that you can stay on track. For additional information and participation contact: bcc@fredricksenlibrary.org or frebiz@ccpa.net
CUMBERLAND
Wednesday
07/14/2021
12:30 PM
to
1:30 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Reverse Mortgages – What Can You Expect?
Virtual - PSTAP - (PA Society of Tax and Accounting Professionals)
20 ERFORD RD., SUITE 200A
LEMOYNE, PA  17043
Topics in this presentation include: What is a Reverse Mortgage, What I need to qualify, What the procedures are for obtaining and retaining a Reverse Mortgage, financial requirements to obtain, alternative options to consider (such as a home equity line of credit) what to avoid, drawbacks, your obligations and how you can repay the debt. The overall consideration – is it right for me?
CUMBERLAND
Thursday
07/15/2021
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Avoiding Scams and ID Theft
Littlestown Area Senior Center
10 E LOCUST ST.
LITTLESTOWN, PA  17340
This presentation takes a look at ways people’s identities are stolen or compromised, what you can do if you find you have had your identity stolen, and how to stop theft from occurring. We also review common scams and frauds and discuss them. For more information contact: Karen Smith, Site Manager or Denise Lupp, Volunteer Assistant at:717-359-7743
ADAMS
Thursday
07/15/2021
11:30 AM
to
12:30 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Cybersecurity - Keeping Yourself Safe Online
Virtual - South East Senior Center
200 BROSE ROAD (WINFIELD TWP FIRE HALL)
CABOT, PA  16023
Whatever your age, understanding how to keep your information safe and secure online is vitally important for everyone. This presentation covers key topics like using secure websites, creating strong passwords, being aware of what you put on social media, and even tips for shopping online safely. For additional information contact: Brittany Gilfillan, Program Coordinator at: 724-282-3008
BUTLER
Tuesday
07/27/2021
11:00 AM
to
12:00 PM
Spending Plans – A Roadmap to Financial Success
Virtual - Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen
100 N. 19TH STREET
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
This presentation focuses on the need for a spending plan so that people can achieve their financial goals. We discuss the differences between wants and needs; setting SMART goals; creating a spending plan; putting the plan into action; as well as periodically reviewing goals and spending plans in order to ensure that you can stay on track. For additional information and participation contact: bcc@fredricksenlibrary.org or frebiz@ccpa.net
CUMBERLAND