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The many options in finding Financial Security

Saving for the future is a key goal in most of our lives. You need to take charge and make sure you are financially secure for your well-deserved retirement. The advisors at SurePath Group will help you take your first step in setting up a financially secure retirement. Our goal-based financial security planning approach helps you define your goals, analyze your situation and build a financial security plan designed to achieve your goals.

To help meet your financial security planning needs, we have access to a broad range of products to meet the diverse needs of individuals, families, professionals, business owners and employees.

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Financial Advisors

John W. Ponto CFP®, CLU, CH.F.C.

Certified Financial Planner

Teighan Malloy CLU, CFP®, RRC

Certified Financial Planner

Amanda Stonehouse RRC

Registered Retirement Consultant and Quadrus Investment Representative

Brandon Greener RFRA

Registered Financial and Retirement Advisor

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A power of attorney (POA) can grant you certain authority and specific responsibilities. While the extent and limitations of POAs can vary based on many factors, stepping into the role of power of attorney can be unlike anything else. That’s because it puts you in the driver’s seat to make key decisions and oversee vital needs for someone else. That doesn’t mean that POAs come with carte-blanche powers or that one power of attorney will mirror another. Explaining how POAs work, this guide shares more fundamentals, detailing some common types of powers of attorney and the responsibilities you may have as an agent of one of these devices.
How many years will your retirement last? What are the chances you’ll live past 90? Most of us answer those questions wrong because we don’t have strong longevity literacy. 1 That means that about 81% of us1 aren’t working with a viable understanding of our own life expectancy. Let’s explore how understanding longevity could create a positive impact in your retirement planning. What is longevity literacy? Longevity literacy refers to your knowledge about expected lifespans...