A Few Seats Are Still Available for March 22 – Social Security and You : Get the Right Information

Posted on March 13, 2018 By

A few seats are still available for Part II of “Getting the Most from Your Social Security,” Thursday, March 22 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Bartlett Hall, Building 2, Room 316 at Ocean County College (OCC), 1 College Drive, Toms River.  Educate yourself and get the information you need about Social Security

Richard Haas, Manchester, a registered investment advisor and retirement planner, will explain how to get the most from your Social Security, including how benefits are calculated and funded; the steps wage earners—and their spouses, survivors and divorcees—can take to maximize their Social Security benefits; the rights of widows and widowers under current Social Security regulations, and the rights of divorcees under current Social Security regulations, among other topics.

A graduate of Fordham University, Haas specialized in reporting on the economy at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism where he received an M.A. He also earned an MBA at the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies, now part of Marshall University. In 2013, Haas became a licensed investment advisor representative after 42 years in the newspaper industry, publishing and printing industries as a reporter, business editor, subscription marketer and technology specialist.

The fee for the course is $19. Register through the Continuing & Professional Education (CPE) page of the OCC website (www.ocean.edu/cpe.htm); or call 732-255-0404. Also visit the CPE office, ground floor of Building 3 (Library) at OCC, 1 College Drive, Toms River, to register.

Haas is available for interviews on Social Security or retirement-related topics. For more information, contact Richard Haas at Richard.c.haas@verizon.net or call 856-889-1808.

About Richard Haas: Haas has a financial services practice at 482 Brick Boulevard Suite 3, Brick, N.J. He is licensed by the N.J. Department of Banking & Insurance to sell life insurance, health insurance and variable annuities; and by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) as an investment advisor representative. The focus of Richard’s financial services practice is on small businesses that do not offer retirement savings benefits to their employees and on workers who do not have access to employer-sponsored retirement and medical insurance benefits.