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Solopreneur: Want To Start Your Own Business?
with Jill Braceland
Learn how to answer 5 basic questions: Who are you? What are you offering? Who will be your customers and competition? What are the cost estimates? How will you advertise? Leave with resources and an action plan to get started on creating your own business.
There is a material fee of $5 per person due to the instructor at the start of class.
Spring Arrangement Centerpiece
with ELIZABETH GOODY
Brighten up your table with fresh flowers this spring. In this class you will use fresh cut flowers and greens to create a beautiful centerpiece for your table.
Materials fee is $10 and payable to the instructor the night of class.
My Dying "To Do" List
with Jill Braceland
Do you know how much paperwork is involved in organizing your estate? This quick overview deals with matters involving family, finances, future, and funeral. You will leave with a list of resources.
This is an informational seminar only.
The days in the brochure are incorrect, the dates are correct. It should read Monday April 24th and Wednesday May 3rd.
There is a materials fee of $5 payable to the instructor at the start of class.
Create a Chemical-Free Household
with DIANA MINUTELLI
Using essential oils, you will explore different cleansing oils to make an all-surface cleaner, counter scrub and furniture polish. You will also create a lovely hand soap and the always-needed air freshener. And you’ll take home a collection of essential oil recipes as well.
A $7 material fee is payable directly to the instructor.
Estate Planning and Revocable Trusts & Irrevocable Trusts
with Kathryn Bedell
This class will begin with an overview of basic estate planning, including Wills,Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives, etc. The class will then delve into,learning how revocable trusts can help avoid probate and protect your privacy, andhow irrevocable trusts can protect your assets from nursing home or Maine Care(Medicaid) liens. Discussion will include other strategies to safeguard assets from life events such as business failure or divorce of adult children.
Kathryn Bedell is a lawyer in York, Maine and has been practicing for 31 years. Her practice focuses on estate planning, asset preservation, and probatematters.
** NEW DATE
The November 2nd class has been cancelled and we are rescheduling to Wednesday, December 7th at 6:30pm!
Basics of Bookkeeping
with UGotClass LERN
How do you keep track of the day-to-day financial transactions of a business? Whether you are looking to advance in your career, or you’re an entrepreneur, (or maybe you are a part of a family business), this course will help you if you are looking to understand the numbers. The Basics of Bookkeeping course will help you understand, and know how to record, every penny that comes into your business and every penny that goes out of your business. This course shows you how to create a chart of accounts that meet your needs. All of the money you spend, and all of the money you earn, have a place to go. How do your record them? What are debits and credits? What do the numbers mean? How do I label accounts? Even if you outsource your bookkeeping needs, you should still have a basic understand of what happens with the money earned and the money spent. No one should be blind to his or her finances! In this course you will learn where the numbers go, and why!
You will learn the bookkeeping terminology as well as what it means to keep track of the numbers. At the end of the cycle, what do the numbers mean? The Basics of Bookkeeping will show you how to keep track of the numbers and why!