Classes are being offered by District 214 and taught by partners of INVESCO, LLC in the months ahead in Arlington Heights, at the John Hersey High School, 1900 East Thomas. That's just East of Rand road, between Euclid and Palatine Rd. The school has made it easy for you to sign up, accepting phone registrations using Visa and Master Card. Call (847) 718-7700 to register - or on the web at www.ce.d214.org . Please see our newsletter for upcoming class dates and times.
Keith and Ryan will be teaching Financial Independence in District 211, Hoffman Esttes, at the James Conant High School, 700 E. Cougar Trail, That's just Soutn of Higgins Road on Plum Grove Road, between Meacham and Roselle. You can register for this class by calling (847) 755-6820 or on the web at www.d211.org and click on the Continuing Ed tab.
No. 7731: FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE I -Theory - Starts Tuesday February 19, 2013 - 7:00-9:00 p.m. - Room 124B - Five sessions - $43
Learn what they didn't teach you in college - the basic skills required to become financially secure. You can accumulate $1,000,000 in 12 to 18 years using proven conservative savings and investment techniques. Develop you own "road map to riches". With proper planning, saving is much easier than you think - especially when you "pay yourself first". Our forms make it easy for you to plan your way to wealth.
Myron retired at 38 and for the last 33 years has been showing others how they can do it too! He has an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago, plus he is a CPA,RIA and an Illinois real estate broker. He is a multi-millionaire who can show you how to do it too! No class March 14.Free book included.
No. 7732: FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE II - Practice - Starts Tuesday April 2, 2013 - 7:00-9:00 p.m. - Room 124B - Five sessions - $43
Once your financial goals are set and your savings program is under way, learn how to get an acceptable after-tax return on your investment capital while keeping risk to a minimum. Course also covers stocks, margin accounts, mutual funds, bonds, options, commodities, collectables, real estate, venture capital, running your own business, insurance, living trusts, charitable trusts and estate planning. Course covers how to trade stocks, margin accounts, mutual funds, bonds, options, commodities, collectables, real estate, venture capital, running your own business, living trusts, charitable trusts and estate planning. Note: The Financial Independence classes are available for free on video – go to “Road to Wealth” video series.
No. 7737: LANDLORDING - Starts Thursday February 21, 2013 - 7:00-8:30 p.m. Four sessions $43
Join Keith's how-to course on successful ownership and operation of residential rental property. Covers managing real estate investments, including tenant selection, advertising, setting rents, lease and rent collection policies and legal rights of landlords and tenants.
If you have even one tenant, you need this class! Guest speaker will be a real esate attorney.
This is NOT a licensing class - It's a hands-on property management class to prepare you to manage your own apartments or to qualify you to become a professional property manager. INVESCO manages over 500 apartments in the Northwest suburbs. Free text included.
No. 7758: PURCHASING INCOME PROPERTY - Starts Tuesday April 2, 2013 - 7:00-8:30 p.m. -Four sessions - $49
Before investing your savings in real estate, invest a few dollars and some time. Learn how to get the most for your money using methods developed by professional buyers. This practical course will show you how to find, evaluate and purchase income property in the Chicagoland area. Guest speakers will include a CPA and a real estate attorney.
Your instructor Keith, a licensed Illinois real estate broker, has been appraising, purchasing and managing multifamily properties since 1981. Free text included.
No. 7738: HOW TO REDUCE YOUR INCOME TAXES - Starts Tuesday February 19, 2013 - 7-8:30 p.m. - Four sessions - $49
Come learn from Ryan, an experienced C.P.A., many practical ways you can reduce your income taxes, social security taxes and inheritance taxes.
Beginning topics include deductible items and how to substantiate them, dependent allowances, I.R.A.'s adn I.R.S. audits. Intermediate ideas cover small business, tax shelters, depreciation, home office rules, transferring income to children. More advanced subjects discuss remainder interest trusts, living trusts and estate planning. Something for everyone, from the average taxpayer to the most sophisticated planners.
No. B111-01 FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE (District 211 - Conant H.S. in Hoffman Estates)
Keith and Ryan will show you how to develop your own financial plan, which investments to choose and how to manage your assets. You can become fianancially independent within 12-18 years using conservative investment strategies. Prepare for a comfortable future by setting realistic financial goals and using new techniques that will diversify your investments while keeping risk to a minimum. Once your savings program is underway, you will learn which investments will give you an acceptable after-tax return on your investment capital.