Helping Seniors Build, Protect, and Preserve Their Assets
The problems seniors face today are complex. The pressure to deliver the right solutions is more challenging than ever. Hopefully, you have read my articles in the Seniors on the Move section published in the Community Advocate in the past year. If so, you know that I am a Certified Senior Advisor; but what does that mean to you?
When you work with a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), you know you're working with someone who has invested time and effort in learning about issues that are important to you. As a CSA, I understand that things that were important to you when you were younger aren't necessarily a priority today; and things you never thought about before now dominate your lives. As a CSA, I am sensitive to the unique financial, social and health challenges which affect you. As such, I am trained and capable of unraveling the problems associated with aging, and can provide real-life solutions.
So, why contact me? First and foremost, I do not charge a fee. If I refer you to other professionals skilled in senior issues, they rightly charge for their services. If I am able to assist you with insurance or annuity products, and you concur with my recommendations, I am paid a commission. You and I will work together with trust, faith, and commitment, to address your specific needs. After carefully reviewing all recommendations, you alone will decide which path to follow. We can meet in the privacy of your home or office to ensure your comfort.
Getting older should be a time to be savored, not a state to be feared, and as a CSA, I understand that. Don't wait until you are facing challenges. Whatever your need, call me today and together we will address your concerns and find the solution which best achieves your goals.
This article provided by Michael G. Constantinou, Certified Senior Advisor, MICON Financial Services. For more information you can contact Michael G. Constantinou at 508-793-0780. Or email: email@example.com.
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