EKS Associates’ senior wealth advisors Howard Hook and Darren Zagarola are offering a new three-week course at the Princeton Adult School. If you or someone you know is struggling to fund cash needs in retirement, this course will help.
Most people are taught to save for retirement from an early age. Saving as much as you can in tax-favored accounts has always been sound advice. However, in retirement you will be faced with more choices and less clear answers.
When do I collect Social Security? What pension option should I select? Which accounts should I use to fund my cash needs?
These questions are hard to answer and can impact the likelihood your money will last throughout retirement. Add in the risk of higher inflation, living longer, and higher income taxes to already confusing choices and many people are left paralyzed and make the wrong choices.
The Princeton Adult School has an outstanding reputation for providing informative and exciting courses throughout the year. Our wealth advisors volunteer their time every semester, offering courses on a variety of financial planning, retirement planning, and investment topics.
While COVID-19 has caused significant disruptions throughout our world, the Princeton Adult School is moving forward with their goal of providing a wide variety of classes and lectures, offered by the highest quality instructors. Only the method of how they deliver these classes and lectures has changed. For the first time in more than 80 years of schooling, the Princeton Adult School will offer classes virtually. This will foster the feeling of community that adult students look forward to, while furthering their many interests.
The members of the Princeton Adult School board and staff have worked hard to select a wide range of exciting courses and timely lectures they hope will interest and inspire you. EKS Advisors Darren Zagarola and Howard Hook are honored to be part of another powerful semester.
Join Howard Hook and Darren Zagarola for their new three-week course to help you navigate through and plan for meeting your cash flow needs during retirement.
This three-week course will be held on Tuesday, October 13, October 20 and October 27
Online using Zoom
In addition, we encourage you to browse the Princeton Adult School catalog for other courses you may be interested in.
- Learn to paint, draw, and even doodle.
- Discover how to make mushroom risotto or fresh mozzarella in your own kitchen with the help of a live chef.
- Enhance your computer skills, with Excel, Mac, or Google classes.
- Plan next year’s landscape with the help of a Master Gardener offering gardening classes.
- Learn to play the harmonica or ukulele.
- Master how to use the settings on your camera.
- Learn to speak one (or more) of seven languages.
Visit www.princetonadultschool.org to learn more.