Jews' Next Dor

Congregation Beth David's Young Adult Group for Jewish 20 & 30 Somethings

Money Matters: a Seminar for Young Adults and Young Familie

Posted by jewsnextdor on October 3, 2008

Money Matters

Monday, October 27, 2008

7:30pm

Congregation Beth David
19700 Prospect Road, Saratoga, Ca

The average 43 – 63 year old has accumulated less than $25,000 for retirement. Come learn about simple things you can do to make sure you have enough money to meet your goals for retirement, children’s’ education, and other areas. We’ll address investing, debt & mortgages, protecting your family and assets. This will be geared towards young adults and young families to educate them on how money really works and how to avoid the most common financial pitfalls.

The seminar will be led by our own Phillip Chatoff. For 6 years, he has been educating families about money, helping them get out of debt and plan their financial futures. Phillip is licensed to work with investments, insurance, and mortgages.

Refreshments provided. Co-sponsored by SVYAD, RSVP to jewsnextdor[at]gmail.com or svyad[at]jvalley.org

Come early for Congregation Beth David’s daily minyan at 7pm.

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