Registration is Now Open for Our Spring 2019 Federal Employee Benefits Classes
If you are a FERS Employee and would like to attend our educational, one-day class than we invite you to register now. Classes are held in beautiful downtown Anchorage, Alaska on:
- April 03, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. or on,
- April 04, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
We like to keep our classes limited to 40 participants and welcome FERS Employees and their spouses to attend, each person will need to ensure they are registered for the class.
Thank you for your interest in our Federal Employee Benefits Training Classes. Looks like we have reached our absolute capacity for attendees.
As a small company, we want to provide value to Federal Employees who want an education on their benefits. We think that this is best achieved in a smaller classroom setting v. a room with over 100 of your closest colleagues.
That is why we limit the number of attendees for each class to 40 people.
If you would like to be placed on a wait list int he event that someone cancels their reservation, please let us firstname.lastname@example.org
April 03, 2019 Registration
April 04, 2019 Registration
FERS Federal Employee Benefits Training Class Outline
Our Federal Employee Benefits-Class is tailored to FERS Employees. We designed an eight-hour class that centers around the information that Federal Employees have over the years asked us to cover. Our class is for all FERS Employees and while we will discuss "retirement" in depth we think that this information is critical for all FERS Employees, NOT just those 5 year out from retirement.
Our comprehensive federal employee benefits class for federal employees (FERS) and their spouses. Our one-day, eight-hour workshop covers pressing topics about how the federal employee benefit system works in conjunction with other areas of their lives.
How will taxes affect your retirement spending?
Can you lower your tax bill and keep more of your money, now and in the future?
How much money do you need to retire?
Where will your retirement income come from?
Do you have enough to retire comfortably... and stay retired?
Federal Retirement Planning:
Are you getting the most out of your Federal Retirement benefits?
Which benefit choices are best for your personal situation?
When is the best time for you to retire from Federal service?
Will your assets go to the people you want?
How can you make sure your heirs get more of your estate than Uncle Sam?
Of our FERS Federal Employee Benefits-Class:
Location - Anchorage, Alaska
Sheraton Hotel, Anchorage Alaska
Address: 401 E 6th Ave, Anchorage, AK 9950
Parking: Parking is available on-site for a fee.
Can't Make This Class? Register for our next.
If you ever have trouble registering for one of our classes online call our office at 907-278-1351.
We are local so when it comes to attending a Federal Employee Benefits-Class in Alaska, you will be speaking with a real live, local specialist.
By calling our office you can also be put on our waitlist for classes that are full.
Your Federal Benefits are Just One Piece of Your Financial Puzzle. Learning How They Play A Part Of Your Greater Financial Picture Is What Our Firm Specializes In.
When you attend one of our FER's retirement classes...
You’ll learn about your federal retirement benefits from a financial planning perspective.
You’ll understand how your benefit choices impact your overall financial picture.
You’ll see examples of common mistakes, and learn how to avoid them.
You’ll learn about the importance of estate planning for federal employees.
You'll learn about how social security benefits work.
You'll learn about survivor benefits and choices that you have.
You’ll have a chance to ask specific questions about how your benefits work.
Who’s Teaching Your Pre-Retirement Class?
Our FERS pre-retirement classes are taught by Floyd Shilanski, Micah Shilanski and Jamie Shilanski. Each are financial professionals living and working in Alaska. They help Federal Employees plan for retirement across the nation.
Each brings significant experience in federal retirement benefits and personal financial planning to the program.
Floyd Shilanski RFC®
Floyd is the founder of Shilanski & Associates, Inc., an independent financial planning firm that has been in business in Anchorage for nearly 30 years. Floyd has years of experience helping individuals pursue their financial and retirement goals.
Micah Shilanski, CFP®
Micah is an author for FedSmith.com, and founder of Plan-Your-Federal-Retirement.com. Federal Employees from across the nation (and even those stationed overseas) have called Micah when they needed help with their federal retirement benefits. Micah is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who specializes in helping federal employees get the most out of their retirement benefits.
Jamie Shilanski RFC®
Jamie orchestrates educational classes as well for Federal Employees working in the State of Alaska on their benefits. She works with several Human Resource professionals in an effort to educate employees on how their benefits play a significant part of one's financial plan.
Real Experience Helping Federal Employees in Alaska
We teach classes, but more importantly, we have personally helped individual federal employees through the entire federal retirement process, from planning to paperwork and enjoying retirement.
We’re local. We’re not flying in from outside; we live and work right here in Anchorage. We’re familiar with the unique issues that affect Alaska’s federal employees.
We’ve seen the mistakes that can happen, and we want to help you avoid them.
All content on this site is for information purposes only. This website is not personalized investment advice. Plan Your Federal Retirement is a DBA of Shilanski & Associates, Inc. Advisory services offered through Shilanski & Associates, Inc., an Investment Adviser. All investing involves risks, including the potential for loss of principal. There is no guarantee that any investment plan or strategy will be successful. Shilanski & Associates Inc. is not employed by the United States Federal Government and does not represent the United States Federal Government.