On March 5, 2019:
“Your Money at Work: Foundations for Investing as a New Professional”
Join Laura Adamski, Financial Consultant with TIAA Institutional Financial Services as she guides participants toward a better understanding of how to manage your finances. You might not be close to retiring now, but the more you know now about managing your funds, the better shape you’ll be in later when it comes time to retire. Participants will better understand the role of investing, protecting against various risks, augmenting traditional savings programs to help accelerate retirement savings, and learn about the products and the tools available to manage your growing portfolio. This session is presented by the ACPA Foundation Board and its Trustees.
“Paying Yourself: Income Options for Retirement”
If you’re close to retiring or simply considering how you might best prepare for your retirement, you should join Laura Adamski, Financial Consultant with TIAA Institutional Financial Services as she helps student affairs professionals better understand how to simplify retirement income, learn the basic rules that govern retirement accounts, and identify how and when to tap into your various assets. This session is presented by the ACPA Foundation Board and its Trustees.
Meet Laura Adamski, Financial Consultant with
TIAA Institutional Financial Services
Laura Adamski joined TIAA as a Financial Consultant in 2010 and has over 20 years of experience in financial services. Laura meets with employees of higher education and other non-profit institutions throughout New England to provide objective group education and financial counseling services. Prior to this, she was a regional sales representative at MFS Investment Management and a Retirement Education Specialist at MFS Retirement Services, Inc. and The Hartford, presenting retirement education meetings nationwide. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from San Diego State University in addition to holding the FINRA Series 7/63 registrations and life insurance licenses in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maine and Vermont.