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Feb 13, 2018 (TUESDAY) - How to protect yourself and your assets when life happens.
This month at OREIO we have Doris Belland speaking about how to structure your business life for when life events get in the way. This is a very important topic that every business person and every real estate investor needs to take seriously. This month at OREIO we’re also supporting the Shepherds of Good Hope again. Please bring non-perishable food, hats, mittens, new socks for the homeless. The Shepherds feeds 1600 people each and every day. Your donations make a difference.
Finally, we’re holding a “Bring a Guest” contest at OREIO. If you register your guest using your membership login ID, you’ll automatically be entered into a draw for some amazing prizes. The drawing will be at the April meeting.
The meeting in February is on Tuesday evening February 13, so as not to conflict with Valentine’s Day. You can thank us later for thinking of your personal relationships first. If you show up on the usual Wednesday evening, nobody will be there. We’ll be off spending quality time with our partners.
Doris Belland is the founder and CEO of Your Financial Launchpad, a company that provides financial literacy education through workshops, speaking engagements, custom-designed courses, a blog, and a women-only membership group. Doris’ work has been featured in podcasts, blogs, radio and other media. Her mission is to help people protect themselves, grow their confidence, and develop better options for their families.Doris is a financial literacy educator, investor, credit repair specialist, speaker, and author of Protect Your Purse: Shared Lessons for Women: Avoid Financial Messes, Stop Emotional Bankruptcies and Take Charge of Your Money.
Doris was on track to become a professor of Neurolinguistics when her husband became seriously ill. She was widowed in her early thirties and left with $400,000 of debt, which she repaid within two years. She has since developed a real estate portfolio, been President of OREIO, built two businesses, and worked closely with families to help them fix credit and cash flow issues through her Rent to Own company.
Shepherds of Good Hope
This month and for the next two months we are supporting the Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation. Charities get lots of attention during the holidays. But the homeless need food and clothing year round. Please bring non-perishable food, hats, gloves, socks. We will have folks from the Shepherds on hand to talk about the work they do.
Guest passes are available for $30 at the door or $25 if paid in advance online. All annual memberships must be completed and paid online. We do not accept annual membership signups or payments at the event.
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