“Adulting” Doesn’t End at 40, 50, or even 60
April 13th, 2021 1 PM
Arlington County Langston Brown Center
Life contains a variety of gating events that require knowledge of and attention to our financial health and well-being. While the Millennials coined “Adulting” to recognize the mundane but necessary tasks of a responsible adult. We are sometimes unaware of the key items that support financial success. Join Kay Bransford, President of MemoryBanc as she helps you navigate and organize vital information to make life easier to manage for you and your family.
We are not doing live events at this time. If you would like to host an online workshop for your members or customers, you can invite Kay Bransford to speak by contacting our offices at 703.436.2827.
Why It’s Important to Create Your Personal Information Roadmap
As we face unprecedented times and have more time on our hands than we imagined, now is the perfect time to get create your own personal/household information roadmap. Many couples divide-and-conquer household information, and the 107 million single adults do not often consider who would step in to help if they ever needed help.
In this webinar, you will learn about the documents, accounts, and assets that should be organized and will leave with a step-by-step guide to collect this information. Kay Bransford, author of “MemoryBanc: Your Workbook for Organizing Life” will cover:
– Which documents are important.
– Why your information should be organized.
-What to save and what to shred.
– When to share this information with others.
– The key estate planning documents every adult should have.
Every participant will receive a complete organization checklist, a guide on what to save and what to shred, and the FTC Shredding Infographic.
OTHER POPULAR PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
What to Save and What to Shred?
Many of us are overwhelmed with all the information we are keeping in our heads, on our phones, in file cabinets and safe deposit boxes. Learn what documents are important, how to clear out unneeded papers and when and how to share this information with loved ones.
Caregiver Academy: From Overwhelmed to Ordered
Become a world-class advocate for your loved one. Learn the key information you will need to navigate your journey and help protect your loved one from elder abuse and fraud.
If you are interested in having Kay speak, you can learn more about her topics and see some samples of her presentations. Kay is invited to speak on a variety of subjects and recent speaking engagements include:
– American Association of Daily Money Managers (AADMM), Maryland Chapter
– Arlington County Aging & Disability Services
– Arlington County 55+ Programs
– Arden Courts
– Asbury Methodist Village
– Brightview Senior Living
– Cherrydale United Methodist Church
– Chevy Chase Community Center
– Egan, Berger & Weiner
– Fairfax County Long Term Care Coordinating Council
– Fairfax County Positive Aging Fair
– The Fairmont
– The Fairfax at Belvoir Woods
– Gaithersburg Community Center
– Great Falls Assisted Living
– Goodwin House of Alexandria
– George Washington University
– Hartford Funds
– Insight Memory Care
– Lion’s Winter Conference
– McLean Community Center
– National Association of Professional Organizers
– National Association of Professional Women in Mortgage
– Prince William Chamber of Commerce
– Provident Presbyterian Church
– Reston Community Center
– Rockville Senior Center
– Rotary Club of Tyson’s Corner
– Vienna Women’s Luncheon
– Vienna Community Center
– Women’s Executive Lunch
If you would like to extend an invitation to Kay Bransford to speak, contact our offices at 703.436.2827.