Manitowoc CampusMarinette CampusFlorida Keys TripTravelCertified Nursing Assistant (CNA) ProgramWisconsin Caregiver AcademyAdult Protective Services ResourcesEd2GoAdditional Opportunities Financial Education Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement Instructors: Dan Gilipsky and Roger Klumb Learn how to make informed decisions about your future, set realistic goals, properly allocate assets, minimize the impact of taxes and inflation, control health care costs, and plan for the transfer of your estate. If you are over the age of 55, this course is a must! This three-week class includes a 235-page illustrated textbook with a comprehensive retirement plan to implement at no additional cost. Dan has invited qualified speakers to cover course topics such as ROTH IRAs and ROTH IRA conversions. On the last night of the class, an estate planning attorney will present the section on wills, trusts, and probate. Couples are invited to attend for one fee. Tuesdays, May 7, May 14, and May 21, 2019 6-8:30 p.m., Sheboygan Campus, Main Building, Room 2223 Fee: $99 per couple, or $54 for individual Bookkeeping Instructor: Jamie L. Burkart This course is for individuals who have a non-accounting background and wish to learn the principles of double-entry bookkeeping. Topics include recording day-by-day business and financial transactions, as well as the basics of financial statements, general ledger, cash controls, and adjusting and closing entries. The lessons taught in this traditional bookkeeping class will also be helpful to those planning to learn a computer bookkeeping program in the future, since these same principles operate "behind the scenes" in computer bookkeeping programs, such as "QuickBooks"