Can we afford Elder Care? Free workshop addresses the issue

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The New York Times recently reported seventy-five percent of Americans nearing retirement age in 2010 had less than $30,000 in their retirement accounts. With that in mind, Anderson House in Shoreline will host a “Smart Aging” Workshop entitled “Can We Afford Elder Care?” Thursday, November 7th from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Jeff Otis, Financial Planner
Financial planner Jeff Otis will help participants take a closer look at their financial resources and learn how to maximize what they already have. 

“Most of my clients are retirees,” Otis said. “I help them preserve the capital they have saved, to generate income, and to protect against inflation.” Otis works with Evergreen GaveKal in Bellevue, which manages over $1 billion in assets for more than 600 clients.

Appetizers will be served along with a wine tasting and there will be giveaways and prize drawings during the evening. The first 10 people to register will receive a free copy of “The Complete Elder Care Planner” by Joy Loverde.

“Can We Afford Elder Care?” is the second in a series of three “Smart Aging” workshops presented at Anderson House this fall. A flyer describing the complete series can be downloaded here.

Anderson House is located at 17201 15th Ave NE in Shoreline and interested participants can RSVP to Jill or Cathy at (206) 364-9336.

For more information about Anderson House (skilled nursing) and Anderson Plaza (assisted living), visit our website.


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