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Educational Seminars on Family Financial Situations

Beacon Financial will provide customized educational seminars and meet with members individually. Our goal is to help your members better understand their financial situations, educate on current programs available so they can be prepared for a more secure retirement. We cover the following topics and common questions: Click Here to See the Entire Article

By |April 23rd, 2014|Long Term Care|0 Comments

Beacon Financial is dedicated to working with Fraternal Order of Police

Beacon Financial has been dedicated to working with more than 400,000 public servants for over 10 years through law enforcement agencies, fraternal organizations and municipalities across the country. In New York, we work with the Police Academy and Police Plaza, providing educational and consultative services to Executives, to all Members of Services, School Safety Division [...]

By |April 23rd, 2014|Long Term Care|0 Comments

Pension Maximization

Get the Most Out of Your Pension & Secure Your Family’s financial Security Pension maximization is an effective solution that works for married individuals who are current participants in a pension plan. Pension maximization helps you receive your maximum retirement benefits and guarantees your surviving spouse an income after your death. The pension maximization strategy [...]

By |April 23rd, 2014|Long Term Care|0 Comments

Procrastination and meeting financial and personal goals

Procrastination is an important reason why most people do not meet their financial and personal goals. Have you saved enough for the future? Is your family’s future protected? It’s never too little or too late. Beacon Financial can help. Don’t procrastinate another day! Click Here to See the Entire Article

By |April 23rd, 2014|Long Term Care|0 Comments

Exploring Long Term Care

How will you pay for it? You have three choices, but two will likely deplete your retirement income and savings. Seven in 10 Americans will need some kind of long term care, most likely in their later years. In 2012, the average annual rate of nursing home care was $81,030 (semi-private room) and the rate [...]

By |November 24th, 2013|Long Term Care|0 Comments