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Transitioning Into Retirement

at Malverne Jewish Center | Tue Apr 02


Malverne Jewish Center

Norwood and Hempstead Ave
Malverne, NY 11565
Tel: (516) 593-6364
Contact Name: Susan Elkodsi
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Date & Time

07:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Tue, Apr 02, 2019
Cost: Free Event

TRANSITIONING INTO RETIREMENT:  Achieve a stress-free and positive retirement experience.  Don’t leave money on the table. 

On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at 7:30 pm, Leah Frankel, a Retirement Planning Concierge, will provide insights about managing the emotional aspects of leaving your job, as well as managing the administrative work to help you avoid ‘leaving money on the table” Ms. Frankel will be speaking to the Jewish Baby Boomers at Malverne Jewish Center located on Norwood and Hempstead Ave in Malverne. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Leah Frankel is a Retirement Planning Concierge, who helps people manage through the emotional and administrative aspects of retiring from the workplace.   She helps her clients create an exit strategy that is simple, stress-free, and ensures they maximize their retirement package.

Ms. Frankel recently pivoted into her new venture after retiring from an accomplished, 30-year career in the Cosmetics and Fragrance Industry.  In addition to her MBA from Adelphi University, Ms. Frankel has earned Leadership and Change Management Certifications. She has spoken at several venues on Long Island.

For additional information please call  (516) 593-6364.  Or email; or paste into your browser to respond.