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As a Chartered Federal Employee Benefits Consultantsm professional, I can help you navigate your federal employee benefits now and in retirement. I offer discounted financial planning services to Federal Employees.
If you want to learn more, please contact me. There is no cost or obligation, your personal information remains private and you decide whether or not you continue to receive information from me.
* Jay Ennis, Focus Financial and Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. are not government entities or government employees nor are they affiliated with any government entity.
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Federal Employee benefits are complicated and the decisions you make at retirement, as well as in the years leading up to then, will have a great effect on your finances for the rest of your life. You need real-life strategies to help you orchestrate the noise and chart a straight course to your goals.
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