Honor Credit Union Negaunee To Host Free Retirement & Investing Seminars

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Greg Hildebrand, financial representative

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Call Loretta Banish, Greg Hildebrand’s administrative assistant to register

Negaunee  –  September 15, 2016  –  It takes money to retire.  So what are the issues associated with retirement?  Am I ready to retire?  Do I need extra insurance?  If I am younger, am I currently on a good investing path to retirement?   “Honor Helps” on September 28th & 29th!

Honor Credit Union to the rescue.  “Honor Helps” again with some free seminars Wednesday and Thursday in Marquette County.  These free meetings happen in Negaunee. All Honor members, and non-members at large are invited to come. Details can be found at www.honorinvestmentservices.com

These informative, free, fast-paced sessions happen at noon and 5pm, both Wednesday and Thursday, September 28th & 29th, and include light snacks and refreshments. Topics include retirement, insurance, and investing ideas.


You when you think about it, people say retirement is wonderful.

You’re able to say goodbye to long commutes, boring meetings, and late nights at the office. You have plenty of time to do the things you enjoy.

Many of us boomers have spent decades juggling family needs and career opportunities. This balancing act takes incredible effort and eats up every spare minute. When we finally do have time to spend as we like, we aren’t sure where to begin. That’s why a free meeting at Honor Credit Union in Negaunee will be helpful.

Todd & Rita Noordyk, not quite ready to retire yet.

Todd & Rita Noordyk, not quite ready to retire yet, but interested in hearing what Greg has to say!

Life after 60 should be a time of exploring your passions, not sitting in front of the TV. It should be a time of starting new businesses and making new friendships. In short, life after 60 should be the best time of your life.

To register, let an Honor teller know you’d like to attend.  Visit the Gwinn, Marquette or Negaunee branch locations.  You can even let them know at the drive-up window. Or you can call Loretta and register at 1-800-442-2800, or 269-982-3267.