Prudential Financial Pavilion

Located in Halls C & D, Open All Day

We are pleased to present the first Financial Pavilion at the PA Conference for Women, courtesy of Prudential. Spend some time in this Pavilion and learn more about your personal finances, fine tune your headshot to differentiate yourself online and elsewhere, and learn more about Prudential as an employer of choice — one that believes “difference can make all the difference in the world.” Prudential has a long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion and we invite you to learn more about the company and the many resources they provide.


Finance Mini-Sessions

 

8:00 am – 8:15 am: Keeping Your Retirement on Track: Protecting Against the Five Derailers

You’ve been saving for retirement and crunched the numbers. You’re fairly confident that you’re well on your way to being where you need to be. But have you prepared for the things that can derail all your careful preparation? The truth is, you may not be aware of what they are. Discover five derailers that can disrupt the retirement that you’ve been working so hard toward. We’ll then explore action you can take now to help fortify your retirement income against them.

Speaker: Jill Cooley, financial advisor, Prudential Financial

12:30 pm – 12:45 pm: The Peace of Mind of Estate Planning: Your Checklist to Get It Done 

It’s not just about taxes. It’s not just about having a will and/or trust. It’s about making sure what you have goes to whom you want, when you want, and exactly the way you want – all with the least hassle possible to you and the people you love.

Speaker: George R. Barnes, financial professional, Prudential Financial

3:00 pm – 3:15 pm: How to Get An A+ In Saving for College

For many Americans, college has become a stepping stone to financial success. Yet many students leave school with onerous levels of student loan debt they must begin to repay almost right away— debt that can not only tax their ability to make ends meet as they embark on careers, but also jeopardize their financial security far into the future. With a dizzying array of options, terms, forms, and guidelines, parents might feel like they need to sign up for a few classes themselves as they try to figure out how they’re going to pay for a child’s college education. We can help you start to understand these options.

Speaker: Maddie Brooks, manager, financial services, Prudential Financial

3:30 pm – 3:45 pm: The Sandwich Generation: Tips for Caring for Aging Parents While Raising Kids

At a time when your career is reaching a peak and you are looking ahead to your own retirement, you may find yourself in the position of having to help your children with college expenses or the financial challenges of young adulthood while at the same time looking after the needs of your aging parents. Squeezed in the middle, you’re in the “sandwich generation” and the day-to-day demands of caring for both an aging parent and children can put a tremendous strain – both emotional and financial – on the primary caregiver. Find out how to gain peace of mind knowing you are doing all you can to provide for yourself and your family, and most importantly, to ensure your financial goals are secure.

Speaker: Jill Cooley, financial advisor, Prudential Financial

4:00 pm – 4:15 pm: Rocking Your Finances as a Newly Single Woman

The end of a marriage is an emotionally challenging time and thinking about finances may not be at the forefront of your mind. During today’s discussion, we will talk about the financial implications of being newly single in order to help ensure a more stable future for you and your loved ones. We will cover suggested next steps and strategies for financial security at this stage of your life.

Speaker: Gayle Hawkins, financial professional, Prudential Financial

4:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Planning Your Retirement as an Entrepreneur

As a small business owner, you have many options when choosing retirement plans for your employees. By exploring all of your options and fitting them to the fiscal and operational structure of your company, you can decide how much you can and want to contribute to employee retirement plans and what type of plan can best handle these contributions. You also need to think about protecting the future of your business by having a sound succession plan in place for life events that affect key people and can disrupt business and goals, such as retirement, disability, or the loss of a key person. How can you transfer or mitigate these risks?

Speaker: Jasmin O’Neal, financial professional associate, Prudential Financial

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