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September 25, 2013

Alliance Financial Partners hosting free seminars

MILLEDGEVILLE — Alliance Financial Partners begin a six series monthly educational seminar Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Central Georgia Technical College's new conference center at 6:15 p.m.

These free financial planning assistance programs will occur the first Tuesday of every month with varying topics ranging from investment planning to retirement income planning including social security strategies and even insurance planning. 

Next week's kickoff focuses on the idea that retirement income planning is too important to leave to chance.

Topics include taking control of your situation, there's more to retirement than collecting social security and comparing the assets you'll have to the amount you'll need.

With no cost or obligation, these events are designed to provide free education to Baldwin County and the surrounding area. 

“The largest mistakes we see people make with their finances and planning usually are the result of misunderstanding often associated with the lack of education,” Alliance Financial Partner Stan Charping said. 

There will be no product sales involved or future solicitation of attendees if they specify they do not want to be contacted. 

Reservations are appreciated but not necessary.

Alliance Financial Partners Ed Weimer and Charping can be reached at 478-453-7526 or by email at ed@alliancefp.com and stan@alliancefp.com.

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