Our Calendar

As part of our commitment to the investing and saving community, JSB Financial, LLC. sponsors a large variety of educational seminars and workshops. Our educational seminars give you financial information, scenarios and concepts that can help you to better understand some sophisticated financial concepts and options to better your current financial situation.

Classes are now forming.  Those interested in attending, should contact JSB Financial to reserve your spot or request a schedule.  You may also book your reservation by going to the "About Us" tab on this site and clicking on Seminars you wish to attend.  Seating is limited so sign up today!  We look forward to seeing you soon.

If you are interested in having us host workshop at your business, civic, social, fraternal or charitable group please contact us at (570) 550-7813 or email Jenna, Vice President Client Services at clientserv@jsbfin.com.


  • Tuesday 20th at 6:00 Social Security Webinar

    WALDEAN WALL – Social Security 

    Answering the 3 commonly asked questions about Social Security including surviving spouse benefits,tax implcations for for early verse full retirement. Also explored here are Medicare benefits as well as some little known but vital facts to consider


  • Wednesday 28th at 6:00

    AIMEE JOHNSON – Women, Money, and Power® financial strategies

    Learn the importance of women having a financial strategy and how they can take control of their financial future. Aimee will share information and tips specifically for women to help them gain insight on their own attitudes and behaviors toward money.

  • Friday VIP Client Referral Garden Happy Hour 5-8 LIVE Event


  • Tuesday 4th at 6:00 Understanding Different Retirement Strategies Webniar
  • Thursday 6th at 6:00 

JEFF LANZA – Identity theft and cybercrime

Identity theft and cybercrime are on the rise – and as a former FBI agent, Jeff knows what it takes to avoid both. In this presentation, he will walk through 10 simple safeguards you can implement right away to reduce their chances of falling victim.