Financial Education: Courses/Seminars



We will address these and many more important questions::

  • When can I retire without running out of money?
  • Can I continue the same standard of living when I retire?
  • How does beginning Social Security at different ages affect my benefits?
  • What are my pension options?
  • How could my portfolio be affected in challenging economic times?
  • What effect would it have on my family if I die prematurely?
  • What if I need Long Term Care and can we afford the cost?
  • What if things change?

As a consumer today, you have many responsibilities. First and foremost, you must do what’s best for you and your family, while protecting yourself financially.  Let’s face it, in the current economic environment there is a lot of confusion with regard to financial strategies. We welcome the opportunity to work together with you to develop a detailed and strategic approach regarding your financial future. We will create an easy to understand analysis specific to your situation.

To register for this Seminar, click: Varsity Financial Education Services


This course is taught by Tahar Mjigal through VARSITY FINANCIAL EDUCATION SERVICES- a North Texas Financial Education Services company that educates Americans  who are preparing for retirement or are in the early stages of retirement and or are filing for their Social Security benefits, Including married couples, individuals, widows(ers), non-profits organizations, companies’ employees approaching retirement with 401K, 403, or other retirement accounts to help them make an informed decision that is suited to their level of risk and in line with their goals and objectives.

For more information or to  register for this course, click: Varsity Financial Education Services


This course offers strategies and methods designed for Americans who are planning on filing for their Social Security benefits. This course is designed to take the confusion out of the many different options available to begin receiving Social Security income and other sources of income, and help you determine which option is best for you and how other income will affect the amount of benefits you and your spouse are/ will be receiving and the tax implications involved. Whether you are married or single upon completion you will learn how to properly file for your Social Security benefits as well as how to choose the best filing option for your circumstances.

To register for this course, click: Varsity Financial Education Services


 This is not a comprehensive financial planning tool. Financial Professionals may provide information, but no tax advice or investment advice is given.  This material for education purpose only is not approved or endorsed by the U.S. Government.