Does retirement planning freak you out? Confused about the differences between a “401K”, “401B”, and “Roth” account? Worried about how to work in the nonprofit sector and still save for the future? We know the struggle.
That’s why Thomas Schenck of New York Life Insurance Company and Ciano Villaquiran of MassMutual Financial Group will be presenting on what to do if 1) your employer offers a retirement account, or 2) your employer does not offer a retirement account. At this event, you’ll pick the track that best describes your situation for a choose-your-own-adventure experience. RSVP today to take the fear out of financial planning!
Food and drinks provided. FREE for YNPN members and $15 for non-members. If you aren’t a member yet, consider upgrading your ticket for $10 more to become a YNPN member for a year! Use this link to make a payment: https://ynpnsandiego.nationbuilder.com/adulting_101_personal_finance_payment
YNPN Members must RSVP through the website: http://www.ynpnsandiego.org/adulting_101_personal_finance
MEET OUR SPEAKERS
Ciano Villaquiran, MassMutual Financial Group
Ciano specializes in working with young professionals who are seeking education, advice, and collaboration to build a strong financial future. Ciano is one of only 3% of Certified Financial Planner representatives under 30 in the U.S. As a young professional, he knows how to guide people of his generation, who may not yet have significant assets/ net worth, through a financial-planning process that creates clarity and reduces worries. He brings to the practice knowledge and experience around low-cost investing, proper protection planning, student loans, and more.
Thomas Schenck, New York Life Insurance Company
As a financial Advisor for New York Life Insurance he brings a rich blend of professional expertise to his clients. His focus is assisting in the financial planning for small businesses, community banks, non profit organizations and high net worth individuals. He is also the founder and executive director of the MESE Fund, a non profit dedicated to the mentor ship of young teachers in urban schools.
Additionally, his experience includes serving as a headmaster of a New England school, as well as an international fundraiser for various educational non profits. Lastly, he is an author, inspirational corporate speaker, nationally ranked body builder and the first actor to portray Spider-man for Marvel Comics in New York City.