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PPS Advisors, Inc. Small Business Breakfast

PPS Advisors, Inc. Small Business Breakfast Please join us for a networking breakfast and rare opportunity to chat with business specialist who will discuss your small business risk management, financing, legal, accounting, succession planning, and benefits plan concerns. Specialists will visit each table so that you may ask specific questions and discuss key issues with […]

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The Power of a Plan; Women & Wealth Workshop

  PPS Advisors Presents; A Special Workshop on  The Power of a Plan: Women & Wealth Know Your Finances Set Clear Financial Goals Capitalize on tax-advantaged retirement planning vehicles Establish an investment plan     Speaker: Colette Frey-Bitzas Certified Financial Planner,™MBA When: Thursday, May 15th Presentation: 6:00 to 8:00 pm Where: Setauket Neighborhood House 95 […]

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Saving for College

There’s no denying the benefits of a college education: the ability to compete in today’s competitive job market, increased earning power, and expanded horizons. But these advantages come at a price–college is expensive. And yet, year after year, thousands of students graduate from college. So, how do they do it? Many families finance a college […]

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A Special Workshop on Social Security

PPS Advisors Presents; A Special Workshop on Social Security When and how to start receiving Social Security benefits. How Social Security benefits work for you and your spouse. Opportunities to increase your benefits throughout retirement. Refreshments will be served Speaker: Colette Frey-Bitzas Certified Financial Planner,™MBA When: Wednesday, April 9th Presentation: 6:00 to 8:00 Where: PPS […]

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Giving Back to the Community That I Love

Written By; Colette R. Frey-Bitzas I immediately fell in love with the Three Village Community. I moved to the Three Village Community almost 12 years ago to raise my 3 children in a good school district and an educated community. I experienced the value of growing up with a large family in a close community […]

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Budgeting after Graduation

Graduation… Once I graduated college I realized it was time to become more financially independent. Financial independence starts with creating a budget. The first step to understanding your budget is to know your current income. My current income was basically my pay check along with a side job here and there. After I got a […]

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This summer, the wakeup call came, I needed Health Insurance

This summer, the wakeup call came! Being 25 has its ups and downs. I moved into a new age bracket, my car insurance went down, I could actually rent a car, then I realized how much they charge you in gas. Rookie! A positive……. I was still under my mother’s health insurance; I think that […]

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