Discover the Secrets of Living Happily Ever After During Retirement
A Special Invitation from Pastor Bruce
Tuesday, September 26, 2023
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Capital Vision Church
1775 Yew Ave. N.E.
Bring a friend!
A Message from Pastor Bruce
One Saturday morning, I happened to hear the AgingOptions Radio Show. I was riveted by what the show’s host, elder law attorney Rajiv Nagaich, had to say.
One fact was especially surprising: no matter how much money I save or how good my legal documents are, there is a 70% chance that my retirement plan will fail.
It was a shock to hear that, but Rajiv went on to explain that with the right planning, I can avoid retirement disaster.
After hearing Rajiv on the radio, I did a little digging and discovered that he is the nation’s foremost retirement planning expert and a best-selling author—and he lives right here in the Seattle area. I knew that I needed to bring Rajiv’s message of hope to everyone in our congregation. What you hear from Rajiv will change your life.
I hope you will join us!
Rajiv Nagaich Reveals a Surprising Truth about Retirement Planning
Walk Away with Knowledge You Can Use Right Now to Plan for Retirement Success
At Path to Happily Ever After, you will learn:
Meet Your Presenter: Rajiv Nagaich
Rajiv Nagaich is on a mission to transform the way Americans think about, plan for, and navigate through retirement. As an elder law attorney and the architect of LifePlanning, Rajiv Nagaich is one of the nation’s most innovative and influential retirement planning thought leaders. He is host of Master Your Future, which aired on public television from 2020 – 2022, and its highly-anticipated follow-up: The Path to Happily Ever After, now playing on PBS stations nationwide, and the AgingOptions Radio Show. Rajiv Nagaich is founding partner of the Life Point Law firm in the Seattle area and Chief Executive Officer of AgingOptions, a firm that provides retirement-related education to consumers and professionals. He holds a Masters in Tax Law from the University of Washington and J.D. from Seattle University School of Law.