If you are a Federal Employee, you know that the Government offers a very generous benefits package, yet the package can also be very confusing. Understanding the best way to use your benefits and which ones to carry into retirement are also very important decisions. Unfortunately, you are typically only allowed one chance to make the right decision for you and your retirement.
California Retirement Plans (CRP) specializes in working with federal employees and has done so for over 30 years. We are constantly reviewing Federal Employee benefit procedures in order to stay up to date on the most current information. A solid understanding of these procedures is essential in understanding how to properly apply them to an individual’s personal financial circumstances.
CRP’s financial advisors carry the Chartered Federal Employee Benefit Counselor or ChFEBC designation. They are also members of Fed Resources, a national provider of federal benefits and financial education to active and retired federal employees based on the governments Office of Personnel Management (OPM) financial literacy and education initiative.
CRP provides current and retired federal employees with a benefit analysis called, “Federal Retirement Roadmap.” The entire goal of the roadmap is to aid employees in navigating through the complexities of the benefits package in order to make the best decisions for themselves and their families.In the “Federal Retirement Roadmap” you will learn:
The objective of the “Federal Retirement Roadmap” is to educate and enlighten you about your benefit package, in order to make well-informed decisions.
This report is best suited for employees that are within five years of retirement or for those who have already retired.
To schedule a time to discuss your financial future and the possible role of insurance or investments in your financial strategy, contact us at email@example.com or call us at 661-631-4355 today!
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