Thinking about developing an estate plan, but would like to receive more information on how to begin the process? Attend an estate planning seminar presented by Independence Financial Advisors to learn everything you need to know about securing your legacy. Attorney Jim Sessler will be the featured presenter and will discuss the important documents required to develop an estate plan.
IFA will hold a few workshops on Tuesday, March 28th and Thursday, March 30th from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday, April 5th from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. at the Community Learning Center located at 61 Laconia Road in Tilton (behind Tilt ‘n Diner). Another session will be held on April 5th from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the main office of Franklin Savings Bank located at 387 Central Street in downtown Franklin. All workshops are complimentary.
To register, contact Ginny Drzewiecki at 603.934.8315 or via email at email@example.com to reserve a spot today. Registration is also available online by visiting ifa-nh.com.
Independence Financial Advisors has been serving the financial management needs of northern New England residents, businesses, and non-profit institutions since 1995. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Franklin Savings Bank, IFA’s team of financial professionals possess over 70 years of combined experience with helping individuals reach their financial goals. IFA has offices in Franklin, Bedford, Nashua and Rochester.
Established in 1869, Franklin Savings Bank is an independent, mutually-owned community bank, offering a full array of commercial lending, personal banking and investment services throughout the Central Lakes Region and southern New Hampshire. Headquartered in Franklin, the Bank has offices in Bristol, Boscawen, Tilton, Laconia and Gilford, as well as an office in Bedford for business lending.
Services, securities and insurance offered through Independence Financial Advisors, LLC are not FDIC insured, are not deposits or obligations of, nor guaranteed by Franklin Savings Bank or its affiliate. These products are subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of value and are not insured by any federal government agency.