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August 2015

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Connie Renzi to Present at August 18, 2015           Long-Term Care Planning Seminar

Living a long life is a probability.  Preparing for it is a necessity.  Are you ready?

Don't miss this informative workshop where Connie Renzi, along with other presenters will discuss the following:

  • Long-term care options and how to pay for such care (including information regarding the Medicaid eligibility rules);
  • Long term care insurance options; and
  • Home health care options. 

This event will be held at Mueller Financial Services, Inc., 1707 N. Randall Rd., Elgin, IL 60123.  The workshop is scheduled to begin at 5:00 p.m., and will include a light buffet.  Attendance is free with limited spaces available. RSVP by August 11 at, or contact Mary Augustine at 630-524-5291.

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