Finance and Law Classes

Finance and Law Classes

Little Known Secrets of Paying for College

Find out how to send your child to college without bankrupting your retirement. Discover strategies that may enable you to qualify for financial aid, sources for scholarships, and how to maximize your wealth while minimizing your tax exposure, giving you greater cash flow for funding a college education.

LSP 5681 / Length: 4 hours

CRN 3069, Mondays
Feb.23-March 2, 6-8 p.m.
Marple Campus

Cost: Sponsoring: $35
Non-Sponsoring: $45

Stocks and Bonds

Presents an easy and enjoyable way to understand the financial markets. Includes stocks, bonds, options, futures, risk factors, profit opportunities and more. No previous investing experience necessary.

LSP 5576 / length: 8 hours 

CRN 991, Mondays
March 30-April 20, 6-8 p.m.
Exton Center

CRN 991, Wednesdays
March 30-April 20, 6-8 p.m.
Exton Center

Cost: Sponsoring: $104
Non-Sponsoring: $119 

Personal Financial Planning

Learn how to think like a financial professional, ignore the media hype and common sales practices, and get your finances in order. Explore the basics of financial planning and investing, how to plan for retirement, and how to avoid common mistakes.

LSP 5677 / length: 6 hours 

CRN 3067, Mondays
March 23-April 6, 6-8 p.m.
Marple Campus

Cost: Sponsoring: $109
Non-Sponsoring: $139

How to Invest for Retirement in a Low Interest World

Interest rates are at the lowest level since WW II, creating a dilemma for investing for retirement income. Join us to learn alternatives for retirement income.

LSP 5886 / Length: 6 hours

Not offered this spring

Social Security: When to Collect?

At what age should you begin to collect Social Security benefits? How does working in your retirement affect your benefit? Discuss how to make the big decision, learn strategies to maximize your benefit, and learn how working in retirement can affect your decision.

LSP 5707 / Length: 2 hours

CRN 3105, April 9
7-9 p.m.
Marple Campus

Cost: Sponsoring: $39
Non-Sponsoring: $49

Landlord/Tenant Law

Covers oral and written leases, landlord and tenant duties, the Pennsylvania Landlord and Tenant Act, and breaches of lease and eviction procedures. Also reviews Pennsylvania escrow-deposit requirements, a form lease with the plain-language requirements, and amendments to the federal Fair Housing Act.

LSP 2365 / Length: 3 hours

CRN 2059, Jan. 26, 6-9 p.m.
Phoenixville Campus

CRN 793, March 30, 6-9 p.m.
Exton Center

CRN 793, March 31, 7-10 p.m.
Marple Campus

Cost: Sponsoring: $35
Non-Sponsoring: $45