AUGUST, 2020
We hope you are enjoying a wonderful summer, in spite of the current circumstances. Our commitment and goal is to empower women with their self-confidence around finances and health. In lieu of the in-person women's financial conference this year, we are assembling financial resources for you each and every month by email. Our monthly Money Moment topics will be focused around information on how to deal with the many changes in lifestyle caused by the COVID virus. Changes in how we shop, handle our finances, socialize, manage stress/anxiety, prevent scams and stay healthy.  We will post resources for you to continue your financial education safely and remotely. We hope you enjoy tips and resources we give you each month.
Understand the New Rules Around Retirement
Learn about the different types of Retirement Plans through the CARES Act lens.
Vacation: Make it a Priority!
Stay healthy, and wealthy, by following these wealth planning strategies and tips from Kerrie Beene.

Developing A Spending Plan
Achieving Travel Goals While Having Student Loans
One of the factors in not being able to afford a vacation is student loans. Student loans are often thought to impact young adults, but in reality, adults of all ages are impacted. Part of this is because adults take out loans to help their children through school or they go back to college themselves. if you feel held back by your student loans there are likely options available to help reduce your stress.

Sign up for the 2021 Conference!
The 7th annual Southern Tier Women's Financial Conference scheduled for September 26, 2020 at the Corning Country Club in Corning, NY has been postponed. The event has been rescheduled to October 23, 2021 when it will again be a great way to join other women as we learn how to improve our mind, body, and checkbook!

The Southern Tier Women’s Financial Conference is coordinated by Amy Irvine CFP®, EA, MPAS℠, Rooted Planning Group; Nancy Williamson, CEO, ServU Credit Union; and Nancy Reigelsperger, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County, Financial Educator.