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Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show
Date:Thursday, March 22 - Sunday, March 25
Time: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (Thursday - Saturday) and 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (Sunday)
Location: Lehigh University Stabler Center
All First Commonwealth members are eligible to recieve discounted tickets to the 2018 Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show. Print this coupon, good for the purchase of up to 4 discounted tickets, and bring with you to the Auto Show to redeem.
Kids Create a Birthday Card Contest
Do you like to draw and color? Here’s your chance to design our 2018 kids club birthday cards and win $100! Design your card on a piece of 8.5” x 11” paper, using crayons or markers. Make sure to include your name and age on the back. Then drop it off at one of our centers. We will choose one winner whose special design will be mailed to all our young members on their birthday. For more information, call 610.821.2400, x6777. The winner will receive $100 deposited into their savings account to help them reach their savings goals. Good luck and have fun!
*Must be ages 0 - 12 to participate. Promotion runs December 1, 2017 - February 28, 2018. No purchase necessary; void where prohibited.
Annual Meeting & Buffet Dinner
Date: Thursday, April 19
Time: 6:30 pm; Dinner will follow the meeting at 7 pm - registration is required.
Location: Iron Lakes Country Club
Saving to Achieve Your Goals
Saving – just saying the word sounds good, and it brings to mind financial success and achieving financial goals. And yet, for many Americans, saving money is a challenge. National savings rates show that Americans have one of the lowest savings rates among industrialized countries. In this workshop we'll discuss ways to create a spending plan so you can save for success. At the end of the session, we will schedule one-on-one budgeting sessions so you can meet with an associate to create your own personalized spending plan.
Our kids club will cover a variety of topics about saving, spending, giving and more, in a fun, interactive way. Through discussions and activities your child will learn everything they need to know to be financially-saavy.
Suggested Ages: 5 - 9
Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft
Learn how to protect yourself and what to do if your identity has been stolen. We will help you understand terms like Phishing, Pharming, Spamming and Spoofing and how to become more aware of the potential dangers associated with identity theft.
Budgeting for Financial Independence
Learn 8 steps to financial independence including discussing and identifying values, setting goals, determining income and expenses, creating a written budget, tracking expenses and evaluating the plan. We'll also share some tips about saving money so that you can take control of your finances and become financially independent.
Understanding Your Credit Report & Score
Reading and understanding a credit report can be a challenging experience - but it doesn't have to be! This workshop explains what a credit report and score is and why it is important, how to obtain your personal credit report, and how credit history affects you.
Small Business Series
Our small business series will cover a variety of topics important to small busIness owners including business plans, legal issues and accounting, marketing, social media, and more. Learn about the latest business strategies, and get answers to your questions from expert speakers.
Achieving the American Dream, Home Buyer Education
For many people, owning a home is a major part of the American Dream. It is also a big responsibility - for many years to come. Buying a home is the largest purchase most people will ever make. So, where do you start? Find out more by attending this seminar.
Retirement Income Planning: Planning for a Financially Successful Retirement
Retirement income planning is the process of understanding how much income you’ll need during your retirement years to support the retirement lifestyle you want, and positioning you assets to provide that income. While there’s no such thing as a “one size fits all” plan, there are steps you can take to help increase the possibility of retiring with confidence.
In this seminar you’ll learn:
- How to plan for when your retirement will start, (including the impact of early retirement, delayed retirement, and working in retirement), how long it will last, and the retirement lifestyle you want.
- Steps to estimate the amount of money you’ll need in retirement to meet you goals, factoring in healthcare costs, taxes and inflation.
- How to supplement fixed income sources such as Social Security with your retirement income savings, including investment strategies/concepts you should consider.