Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Money Matters 2013
The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities along with AARP Pennsylvania invite area residents to "Money Matters 2013" on April 30th beginning at 6 p.m. Learn about building personal wealth, developing and maintaining your retirement nest egg, and avoiding financial fraud. Money Matters is a free, educational event but registration is required. Location is the Pittsburgh Marriott North in Cranberry Township. Washington Post syndicated columnist and personal finance expert Michelle Singletary is the keynote speaker. Money Matters, now in its 10th year, is open to the general public. Consumers of all ages and all levels of financial knowledge are encouraged to attend. Complimentary refreshments and appetizers will be provided throughout the evening. This is not a sales event. Reserve your seat for this free event online at www.dobs.state.pa.us or call 1-800-PA-BANKS (1-800-722-2657). Check-in starts at 5:30 p.m.
Pa. Supreme Court ruled that 2012 changes made to the sex offenders registry that expanded and toughened reporting rules under the state's Megan's Law couldn't be applied retroactively. Sex offenders were required to register and report for 10 years or life, prior to the 2012 Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act which changed it to 15 years, 25 years or for life, causing those in the midst of a 10-year reporting period to re-register, increasing the rolls from 12,000 to 20,000. An estimated 4,500 registrants could be removed in wake of this decision.
Would you vote the same person for President as you did last November?