Planning for Financial Success and Managing Windfalls When They Come
Fred A. Scheeren, CFP, Managing Director-Investments, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
Farmers who have recently received financial windfalls in the form of agricultural product sales, land sales, natural gas leasing, lottery winnings, or inheritance, may find it a challenge to manage those funds. While the first impulse will either be to save all the money in a bank account or spend at will, both of these strategies are not effective ways to manage your good fortune. To help make your money work for you, Fred will provide information on avoiding financial predators and their money making schemes; choosing a competent financial advisor; avoiding investment and spending mistakes; creating an income stream for the rest of your life; making money without undue risk; and ways to pass it on.
These programs are part of the WVU Extension Services’s Winter Educational Dinner Meeting series. You must register by calling the contact listed to attend.
March 23: Doddridge County Park, Snowbird Rd., West Union, WV, @ 6:00 p.m. Contact: David Snively, 304-873-1801
March 24: Roane-Jackson Tech Center, Cunningham Hall, 9450 Spencer Road, Leroy, WV @ 6:30 p.m. Contact: Brandy Brabham, 304-927-0975 or John Johnson, 304-372-8199
March 25: Fort Boreman Room, Judge Black Annex,, Wood County Courthouse, 1 Courtsquare, Parkersburg, WV @ 7:00 p.m. Contact: JJ Barrett, 304-424-1960
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4th Annual Enhancing Public Understanding of Natural Gas Issues Conference
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Bridgeport Conference Center, Bridgeport, WV
For more information, contact Georgette Plaugher, WVU Extension Service Natural Gas Team Coordinator at 304-329-1391 or via e-mail Georgy.Plaugher@mail.wvu.edu.
WVU Extension Service programs are for educational purposes only. No part of these presentation are to be considered legal or medical advice. Where trade and/or company names appear, no discrimination is intended, and no endorsement by WVU Extension is implied.