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New financial education series launches for Stanford employees

A noontime workshop on understanding Social Security benefits on April 27 is the first in a series of classes designed to help you achieve financial goals.

This spring and summer, Stanford faculty and staff have the opportunity to flex their personal finance muscles during a half dozen classes on saving, spending and investing. 

Stanford Benefits is partnering with the MoneyAdvice@Work team at Francis Investment Counsel to provide the live, virtual courses between April and August. 

The classes include understanding Social Security benefits, how to grow your retirement savings, how best to use those retirement savings as income when you retire, how to avoid common and unwise saving and spending traps, and creating a “pre-launch” checklist in preparation for retirement.  

All classes are at noon, and they are free for Stanford employees. Each course will have an English and Spanish section. Completed classes are eligible for BeWell Berries.

See the full list of classes on Cardinal at Work.