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  • Early Retirement: Exploring Your Health Insurance Options

    Early retirement can be an exciting time, but it can also bring a lot of questions. "What do I do about health insurance before I am eligible for Medicare?" Learn about what to consider before leaving your employer group coverage, discover different options available to fill the gap before you become eligible for Medicare and study the in's and out's of how to navigate MNSure, the Minnesota health insurance marketplace.
  • Effectively Putting Your House on the Market

    Explore the steps you need to take to sell your home successfully. Learn about the selling cycle in the Twin Cities. Find out when you should list your home to get top dollar and why. Review the top ten things you should do to get your home ready to sell. Discuss points to consider when you are having to sell and buy a home at the same time. Is the Twin Cities market a sellers' market? Find out the answer and how that will affect you as a seller. Take home a flash drive with all information covered in class at no additional cost.
  • First Time Home Buyers Seminar

    Learn what the first time home buying process involves. Explore all aspects of home purchasing including mortgages, home inspection and what it entails, home owners insurance, closing process and more. Become knowledgeable about one of the largest purchases in your life. Attendees receive a flash drive of class information at no additional cost.
  • Monetize Websites, Blogs and Social Media with Affiliate Marketing

    Earn a passive monthly income from selling other people’s products by placing a merchant-provided advertisement link on your site and get a commission for every sale, click or lead. Learn where to find 1000+ free and low cost opportunities and how to avoid scams or links that won't offer a beneficial ROI (return on investment). Learn how to find high, recurring, and second-tier commissions. Discover SEO secrets to increase your site's ranking and visibility on search engines like Google.
  • Save Money with Extreme Couponing!

    Learn how to save money every day with extreme couponing. Coupons are not just for groceries. The savings can add up to hundreds or even thousands of dollars every year. Explore different types of coupons, even for high ticket items, how to find the best coupon apps and websites, how to match coupons with sales for maximum savings and how to find other people to trade coupons and merchandise with.
  • So, You Are the Executor: Now What?

    As an executor you will need to prepare the inventory for the filing of a probate. What is involved? How much court time is required? Who prepares the letters testamentary? What is involved in closing the probate and preparing the final accounting? Break down the process and receive answers to the common experiences associated with probate court. Also, what are the executor, trustee, power of attorney, conservator, and guardian roles. What are the responsibilities and liabilities of those who are granted these legal titles? Invaluable for those trying to decide who to appoint as well as for those who have been asked to take one of these legal roles.
  • Trusts and Wills

    Compare trusts and wills and learn which is best for you. Learn what estate planning entails including property and how to avoid probate in case of disability or death. Understand the probate process and when it is and isn't necessary and why. Make informative estate planning decisions.
  • Why You Can’t Trust Your Trust

    The trust is a very popular component and tool to be used in our estate planning. However, there is a variety of vastly different trust options to be used and the question arises: Am I using the right trust for my needs and goals? Often used trusts include: Living Trusts, Testamentary Trusts and Irrevocable Trusts, each serves a different purpose, each has a different result. Learn about the strengths and weaknesses of these different types of trusts and when to use them. Explore your goals and wishes to see where they fall in the realm of trusts.
  • Writing Your Own Will

    Having a will is important for married couples, singles and divorced people. If you are without a will, the laws of Minnesota and a judge will make all the decisions regarding your estate. Don't let this happen. Learn about estates and wills, and prepare a legal will in class. Receive instructions and a professionally prepared form, have access to witnesses and a notary public. Prior to class, review the information forwarded to you. The will form is designed for individual use; couples cannot share this form (each person must register individually). Appropriate for people who have an estate of less than $2,000,000, including life insurance, and do not own a business. Sorry, no discounts apply. Designed for Minnesota residents.