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  • Create Your Health Care Directive

    Who would speak for you if you couldn’t speak for yourself? That’s the concept behind Advanced Care Planning, a guided conversation about your end of life wishes and preferences. This class will prepare you to develop a Health Care Directive, a written document which describes your choices. 
  • Health Care for Seniors - What you need to know

    What are the government programs? How do they work? What are Parts A, B, C & D? When am I eligible for benefits and what are they? Do I have to sign up? How are my prescriptions covered? All your questions will be answered in plain language to help you move forward.
  • Keeping the Cabin in the Family

    Division of estate can lead to bitter battles between siblings and impact relationships forever. Learn how to keep the cabin, farm, or business in the family without creating a family conflict. We will discuss ways to help ensure your children receive equal inheritance, strategies to help with the impact of taxes, and review your assets for the next generation.
  • Prepare Your Own Will

    Who would raise your children if you died? Who will be your personal representative? Without a will, the laws in Minnesota and a judge make all of the decisions. Take charge of these decisions in this class. You will leave with a simple will prepared and have new peace of mind. Instruction and all the necessary forms, witnesses and notaries are provided. Will form is included in the tuition. Instructor Adam Altman is an attorney experienced in drafting wills.
  • Savvy Social Security Planning for Women

    Social Security is one of the few income sources that keeps up with inflation and lasts for life. But most women fail to maximize their benefits because they don't understand the little-known rules that can help them get more out of the system.This workshop will cover: How much Social Security you stand to receive over your lifetime How the decisions you make in your 60s can determine the amount of income you'll have in your 80s How to take advantage of spousal benefits, survivor benefits, divorced-spouse benefits, and even divorced-spouse survivor benefits How to coordinate your own retirement benefit with benefits you might receive as a spouse or divorced spouse Why women who are married should make the decision about when their husbands should apply for Social Security Why you should consider your husband's life expectancy when deciding when to claim your own retirement benefit. What to do if your husband or ex-husband dies What to do if your marital status changes How to plan for the extra-long life This workshop is for women and for men who have women in their lives (wives, sisters, mothers). It features essential information all women need to have if they are concerned about financial security in retirement.Eden Prairie Community Education www.edenpr.org/epcommunityed