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Spring Financial Planning Workshop

Planning for Care when a Critical Illness Strikes

 

The Office of Institutional Advancement and the Planned Giving Council of the Health Science Center are pleased to offer an opportunity for you to gain valuable information on financial planning issues thorough a workshop featuring Michael A. Aguirre, LUTCF, of Platinum Wealth Solutions of Texas, LLC.

The workshop will last approximately one hour and a light lunch will be provided to the registered attendees at each session.

A financial consultant since 1979, Michael will speak on planning and protecting your finances when a critical illness strikes a family member.

Michael volunteers for the Health Science Center as a member of our Planned Giving Advisory Council.

 


Date and Time: Thursday March 16, 2016 • Noon-1 p.m.
Location: Main Campus, Briscoe Library, Howe Conference room

Description: Caregivers have to consider not only the physical care of their loved-one but also planning and protecting their financial future.  Cancer Survivor, cancer caregiver and financial planner, Michael Aguirre, discusses the steps needed to successfully navigate a serious illness. Light lunch provided for registered attendees

Reserve your seat! Register Today!


Questions? Please contact Saren Spicer at SpicerS@uthscsa.edu or call 210-567-2760.

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