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Women’s Financial/Retirement Series

Drexel’s Department of Human Resources and TIAA will run a quarterly, one-hour Women’s Financial/Retirement Series. We hope you can join us for a revealing trip through investing and saving strategies. Your money shouldn’t be idle — and at these workshops, you won’t be either.

  • Learn the core concepts that guide all investing, and begin to build an action plan
  • Find ways to help take on life’s curveballs without damaging your future financial well-being
  • Discover your Financial Personality Type and determine your financial goals

The first two sessions have been scheduled with presenter Deb Buckner from TIAA:

Start to Finish

TIAA Financial Essentials General Education for Women

Wednesday, March 7, noon to 1 p.m.

Hagerty Library, Room L33

This session offers the early career woman’s guide to financial wisdom, covering:

  • Income and outflow – how to help balance them to your advantage
  • How to identify key expenses and learn how to manage them more affectively
  • How saving now can help you earn more later on
  • Making a plan for your finances and your financial future

Charting Your Course:  A Financial Guide for Women

TIAA Financial Essentials General Education for Women

Wednesday, May 2, noon to 1 p.m.

Hagerty Library, Room L33

  • This session covers saving for life’s milestones, including:
  • Basic retirement savings skills
  • How to create a retirement saving plan
  • Evaluating your financial health and setting goals
  • How to help make your money work hard
This story was published in the winter 2018 issue of Drexel Quarterly.