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Boost your business skills

– The face of retirement is changing. People are looking at
retirement as a beginning, not an end.
Boost your business skills

Gilroy – Learn to go from plan to practice in an interactive five-course series designed for those who want to start or improve their business.

Instructor Lee Raney is the dynamic founder and managing partner of Pivot Point Strategies, a consulting company that helps businesses grow. Lee previously founded and served as president of several other small and medium sized businesses. She holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. www.pivotpointstrategies.com

What are you doing for the rest of your life?

Gilroy – The face of retirement is changing. People are looking at retirement as a beginning, not an end. An entire generation is interested in their ability to pursue their own dreams and goals, at their own pace, and on their own terms. As they look forward, many people ask three basic questions about their retirement: What will my retirement look like? When will it happen? How do I get there?

Answer these questions at “The New Retirementality” luncheon. This free, interactive workshop is hosted by Tim Fortino, investment representative at Edward Jones Investments. The workshop will start at noon, Feb. 15 at the Westside Grill, 8080 Santa Teresa Blvd., Suite 100.

Details: RSVP: at 846-7748

Free tax preparation services

Gilroy – Low income families making less than $38,000 a year are eligible for free tax preparation services and information, and could receive between $412 – $4,536 if eligible for the earned income tax credit. These services are offered at St. Francis Center of Assisi located near First and Church streets Wednesdays from 4:30 to 7:30pm, and at three other locations in San Jose.

Details: www.stfrancisofassisi.com

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