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Maximizing Social Security

As you near retirement, one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll need to make is when to begin receiving your Social Security retirement benefits. With pensions disappearing, Social Security remains the major source of guaranteed lifetime retirement income for most Americans, so it’s important to take the time to explore your options and make an informed, well-reasoned decision.

To register, please call (424) 215-2810

This workshop is strictly educational; no products will be sold or endorsed at the class. The Council of Financial Educators (COFE) is not associated with the Social Security Administration or any other government agency.


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Risk Less Spend More Complimentary Dinner Seminar

The objectives of this seminar are to provide you with the tools, insight, and proven strategies that will allow you to make informed financial decisions that you understand. This seminar will teach you an easy-to-understand strategy on how to maximize your long-term returns while limiting the downside risk of investing in a global and complex marketplace. This important seminar is designed to help you better understand:

  1. How to establish retirement goals and objectives based on your risk tolerance and assets available
  2. How to get the maximum benefit and the most spendable dollars from your retirement assets
  3. How to avoid common financial mistakes, like spending money that has gone down in value
  4. How to optimize your asset allocation to minimize or eliminate the risk of loss
  5. How to protect yourself from the silent killer- inflation
  6. Strategies that can prevent you from running out of money
  7. How to recognize the Wall St. half-truths and misdirection that can so easily rob you
  8. How to generate predictable and reliable income for life from your nest egg

To register, please call (424) 215-2810

This seminar is educational; no products will be sold or endorsed.