Investing on a Freelance Income
As a freelance writer, are you managing your income to build wealth? Would you like to retire when you choose, and with a comfortable income? Would you like to hold on to more of what you earn, and put your money to work for you?
Come and warm up with IWOC-ers at our regular monthly meeting as Danielle Schultz, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™, and a fee-only planner and investment advisor of Haven Financial Solutions Inc., shows us how to develop a solid program to invest for our futures. Schultz is the author of the recently published Idiot's Guide: Beginning Investing and a former member of IWOC who writes frequently on financial planning and investing and pens a quarterly column on mutual funds, “Fund in Focus,” for Better Investing Magazine.
She will show us how to make a plan to generate money to invest and will give us tools to see:
- • How aggressively or conservatively you should invest and help you consider what types of investments you should select;
- The basic• How to make changes over time, and;
- • How to know how much you will need to retire or be financially secure.
Whether you're just beginning to consider investing or you've been investing for a long time but would like to bounce around some new ideas, this program is for you.
Networking, with snacks and beverages, begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by the program at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting is free for IWOC members. Non-members pay $10 with online preregistration/payment or $15 at the door.
All attendees are welcome to join us for a buy-your-own dinner at a nearby restaurant after the meeting.
IWOC monthly meetings are held in Room 4F at the Gratz Center, 126 E. Chestnut Street, adjacent to the historic Fourth Presbyterian Church (see map, below).
Discounted parking after 5:00pm is available (with validation coupon available at the meeting) at 900 N. Michigan Avenue.
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