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January 15, 2014

Financial planning workshop coming to Mineral Wells next week

By TYLER MASK

Since the economic trends from the past few years feel like a roller coaster of unpredictable events, any advantage one can get today seems ideal.

Corner Post Financial Planning will present a 2014 Market Outlook Workshop from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 23, for all those wanting to get ahead of this year’s twists and turns.

The free workshop is hosted and sponsored by Titan Bank and will be held in the Titan Bank board room, where light refreshments will also be available.

The event will equip the audience with informative and applicable knowledge.

“The program covers current trends in the market and goes over how those might affect the markets in the coming year,” said Beth Watson of Corner Post Financial Planning. “The program is broken into two parts, and it will equip attendees with five things to know and five things to do.”

Certified Financial Planner and Owner and Operator of Corner Post Financial Planning, John R. Berry, will head up the event.

With nearly 20 years of service in the financial industry, having worked at Curian Capital and AIM Investments in the past, Berry has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share.

Watson said the entire community is welcome to attend the event learn from Berry’s extensive experience.

“Everyone is invited, particularly average investors and people who are interested in what may happen in the coming year,” Watson said. “This year, Corner Post and Titan Bank are hosting six financial education programs covering a variety of topics.

“Corner Post’s partnering with Titan Bank is what is enabling Corner Post to do more in terms of financial education than it has in the past.”

Due to lack of available seating, Titan Bank – which is located at 1701 Hubbard St. – requests that all potential attendees reserve a spot by calling (940) 325-9800.

 

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