Locations: Dallas - Plano - Midland - Las Colinas

Seminars

Seminar Dates

Dates

Time

Fee

Course

Name

Location

Saturdays, April 19 & April 26 9AM – Noon $49/Couple Financial
Strategies
for a
Successful
Retirement
NCTC – Flower Mound1200 Parker Square, Room 102

Flower Mound, TX 75208

Thursdays, April 24 & May 1 6:30-9:30PM $49/Couple Financial
Strategies
for a
Successful
Retirement
Southern Methodist University

Hughes – Trigg Student Center

3140 Dyer Street

Dallas, TX 75205

Tuesdays, April 29 & May 6 6:30-9:30PM $49/Couple Financial
Strategies
for a
Successful
Retirement
Southern Methodist University

Hughes – Trigg Student Center

3140 Dyer Street

Dallas, TX 75205

Saturdays, May 3 & May 10 9AM – Noon $49/Couple Financial
Strategies
for a
Successful
Retirement
Southern Methodist University

Hughes – Trigg Student Center

3140 Dyer Street

Dallas, TX 75205

Seminar Information

For Midland Registration, Online: https://www.midland.edu/cpce/registration
By Phone: (432) 685-4518

For Frisco Collin College Registration, Online: https://www.regonline.com/FSSRCCFrisco
By Phone: (800) 628-3421

For McKinney Collin College Registration, Online: https://www.regonline.com/FSSRCC
By Phone: (800) 610-1834

For NCTC Flower Mound Registration, Online: https://www.regonline.com/FSSRNCTC
By Phone: (800) 684-5738

For SMU Registration, Online: https://www.regonline.com/FSSRSMU
By Phone: (800) 521-0143

 

By Mail: Fill out and mail the registration form with your check or credit card information to:

Elite Financial Management
5420 LBJ Freeway, Suite 275
Dallas, Texas 75240

For for an immediate appointment,
call Elite Financial Management at (214) 239-4715.

The information provided by this class is not intended to be a substitute for specific individualized tax advice. We suggest that you discuss your specific tax issues with a qualified tax advisor.

There is no assurance provided that the financial concepts and strategies discussed will provided investment success. Investments are subject to market fluctuation, risk, and potential loss of principal. Past performance is no guarantee of future success.