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Supporting the HPAA

While the discussion forums are hosted by Yahoo at no charge, the HPAA has expenses -- such as web hosting, domain names, telephone, post office box, California and Federal corporation fees, and insurance. The HPAA is completely staffed by unpaid volunteers. The national HPAA is made possible by Supporting Members.  (Updated Jan 18, 2019.)

Become a Supporting Member

Basic HPAA membership continues to be free -- with full access to the HPAA forums and job posts to quickly help new HP alumni with their many urgent transition, benefits, finance, and career issues.

Those who have found the HPAA to be especially helpful with their life after HP have chosen to become Supporting Members at $20 per year.

To upgrade your membership by credit card or check, please go to the Eventbrite secure site:

https://www.hpalumni.eventbrite.com   qualify for a discount on business-class products at Best Buy in the US.

Sponsor a local event

Recent local event sponsors:

- Bob Adams, CFP, MBA, MSFP. Founder and President, Armstrong Retirement Planning

- Jeff Alejandro, Registered Representative, Investment Advisor, Addison Avenue Investment Services

- Barbara Madden, CPA, PFS, CRPC. Registered Representative, Financial Advisor, Ameriprise Financial

- Jane Prugsanapan, IRS Enrolled Agent, Registered Representative, Investment Advisor, Centaurus Financial

If you are interested in helping sponsor a local HPAA event in your area, please contact the HPAA

Webinar facilities

WebEx conferencing facilities for nationwide webinars courtesy of First Tech Federal Credit Union

Special thanks to the original Founding Sponsors:

- First Tech Federal Credit Union 

- Armstrong Retirement Planning

The Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association, Inc. is a California nonprofit mutual benefit corporation organized under Section 501(c)(7) of the Internal Revenue Code. The HPAA is a Social Club organized for mutual benefit rather than public benefit, therefore any payments to the organization -- such as dues -- do not qualify as tax-deductible charitable contributions.

For more mutual help on this topic and many others, join the independent HP Alumni Association. If you were formerly a regular, direct employee of HP or HPE -- or are in the process of leaving -- join HPAlumni via email. Transition, Benefits, and Finance forums. No charge, thanks to HPAA members.

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