Don't Settle for Less than the Retirement you Deserve! Education Tailored Specifically to your Needs When it comes to your retirement, the choices you make can have a long-lasting impact. Learning about your choices before you retire can save you literally thousands of dollars. Our first priority is helping you and your family. We want to learn more about your situation and identify your goals and dreams. Open and honest communication has been the cornerstone of our foundation of success.Free Local classes include:Social SecurityTaxesLong-term CareMedicareThe Changing World of Retirement PlanningClick the link for a current class schedule. Learn more After completion of the class, Don offers each attendee a free 1-hour Strategy Session allowing you to have your questions answered regarding your specific situation. Don Chamberlin has conducted nearly 650 educational classes, workshops, seminars and educational events for residents of St. Louis, St. Louis City, St. Charles, Franklin, Lincoln, Jefferson Counties in Missouri; Madison, St. Clair and Monroe Counties in Illinois. Our goal is to educate citizens on how to become financially independent. Don educates individuals, families, and businesses on topics rarely found in High School and College curriculums; personal finance.We look forward to having you join us at a class. Please click the link for a class schedule. Don Chamberlin, a Certified Financial Educator from the non-profit American Financial Education Alliance (AFEA's) St. Louis Chapter, presents tuition-free educational workshops covering relevant and challenging financial topics that Americans face today. As an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, AFEA's mission is to empower Americans to take control of their finances by providing local communities with unbiased financial education. Our main goal is to help individuals, families, and businesses in the St. Louis area increase their knowledge and confidence in basic and complex financial matters. Local Class Schedule Name Email Address Phone Thank you! Oops!