New Year May Mean A New Financial Plan


We all do it every time a new year begins. We make resolutions and plans about all the things we’re going to do (or not do) in the new year. We’re now starting the fourth week of 2012 – how are we doing? 

One of the most popular new year’s resolutions seems to be about money. Whether it’s paying off debt, going on a budget, developing a savings plan or something similar, money is always on the resolution hit list.

While the economy may not lend itself to making our financial goals an immediate reality, it does make us think. We offer a variety of tools and resources to help you on your journey towards feeling more financially secure. Our Web site, www.members1st.org, offers financial calculators and various personal financial coaches for a “do-it-yourself” approach.  But if you’re like most of us, sometimes you just don’t know where to begin, let alone how, and you could use a little guidance.

That’s where our Investment Services professionals can help. They can help you with:

  •  retirement planning;
  • college funding;
  • estate planning and asset management;
  • 401K/pension rollovers;
  • insurance planning;
  • long-term care insurance;
  • mutual funds;
  • annuities;
  • stocks;
  • bonds; and
  • life insurance

 Call us at (800) 283-2328 to find a representative in your area and to schedule your free consultation.

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