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Retirementology is a class designed to prepare current and future retirees for their retirement years and provide the education necessary to accomplish the most prevalent goal amongst retirees – to not run out of money.
This class is a broad overview of items that retirees need to be cognizant of in planning their retirement. It will help answer questions such as:
- What types of decisions will I encounter in planning my retirement and what are my options?
- How do I figure out how much I need to have saved in order to retire?
- How can I make sure I cannot run out of my retirement savings?
- How will I be taxed in retirement?
Barbara Eash, MPTV Annual Appraisal Fair Coordinator and member of the Certified Appraisers Guild of America, will host an antique appraisal program.
Registration is required and space is limited to 50. Free!
¨ Register online on the library’s website calendar
¨ You may bring 2 items (no coins, stamps or firearms)
¨ If you have larger items such as furniture, bring a
drawer from a dresser or desk , or bring photos
¨ You will receive a number when you arrive and we will call people to the front by number
¨ Some items that Mrs. Eash specializes in are glassware, pottery, textiles, ivory, dolls, decorative art, figurines, lamps and clocks
¨ No cost to you!
experience in home care and hospice. From working as a field RN
to owning her own agency, she has seen and experienced the many
changes that have occurred in this field. Ms. Bracken graduated
from the University of St. Francis for her undergraduate and
Master’s degrees. She is certified in Hospice and Palliative Care
Administration. Currently Ms. Bracken is the Director of Home
Health & Hospice for Mercy Health System.
Mercy Home Health and Hospice has been serving the area for
over 50 years; and currently provides care in Rock, Walworth, and portions of Dane, Green
and Jefferson Counties.