The single to double concave finishes with a five-fin setup using FCS II fin boxes to enable use as either as a thruster or quad. This board will give you great confidence and control like no other.
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A question? A problem? The wood sandwich construction has been reinforced with carbon in the standing area and a UD carbon stringer on bottom of the board provides a stiff yet lively flex. The deck pads feature a four piece, custom EVA kick pad to keep your foot firmly planted to power the board through turns.
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Find a retailer. A Triton adjunct professor, Flanagan has made the class open to the public, along with two related classes later in the month, on March 16 and March "Affording Retirement" and "Financial Management in Retirement. To register, call , ext. Each class can be taken independently of the others; students are not required to attend all three. Flanagan, founder of Downers Grove-based Bentron Financial Group, will cover the changing landscape of retirement in each of the three classes.
Flanagan will ease the intimidation factor of these health care options by educating students on the basics of each insurance plan. Flanagan acknowledged that the details are so numerous that "people can get discouraged quickly" about their prospect of making sense of it all. In "Affording Retirement," on March 16, Flanagan will outline the current and likely future changes in retirement and then advise attendees on how to take control of them.
Students will emerge with a better knowledge of how to create a comfortable, virtually stress-free retirement experience. In "Financial Management in Retirement," on March 30, he will address how saving and investing near or during retirement is dramatically different from any other type of financial concern. For example, income, less risk and lower volatility in investments all become necessary components, yet too few people adjust their portfolios to align with these changing needs.
Against the backdrop of the Great Recession that struck in , it has become more crucial than ever before for retirees to maximize their fixed income, he says. The "Financial Management in Retirement" class will provide an in-depth look at various savings vehicles and investment products.
Flanagan will teach attendees how to analyze income potential, risk and liquidity of various investment products. For over 30 years, Flanagan has provided financial guidance to people at or near retirement.
Over that time, he has become a nationally recognized expert on financial issues impacting older adults and late-life transitions. In addition, he has attained certification as a Master Registered Financial Consultant, a distinction that reflects integrity and transparency in business and is achieved by fewer than one percent of financial professionals.