Police Officers / Firefighters Financial Workshop




Southern California Fall 2007

Police Officer/Firefighter

Financial & Retirement Workshop 

October 27 2007

You are invited to one of the most important workshops for all law enforcement personnel, and their families. This workshop will center on the many financial issues and challenges facing law enforcement personnel today.

Once again, the pension program that most law enforecement personnel have come to count on for their retirement is under attack.

ALADS* (Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs) released a flyer on September 4th, 2007 warning their members of a new petition being circulated to place a measure on the November 2008 ballot to dramatically reduce pensions for law enforcement personnel, and other public employees in California.

Click here to download a copy of this flyer.

On August 27th, 2007 the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) (Los Angeles Police Department Officer9s Union) released a similar article for it9s members.

Click here to read the article.

The LAPPL went one step further and bought airtime to braodcast their opposition to this petition over LA radio.

 Click here to listen to the radio ad

This workshop will teach Police Officers, Firefighters, Teachers, and other public employees how they can take the uncertainty out of their financial future and retirement, just like many other public employees have already done.

Take your future and retirement out of the hands of others (politicians) and into your own.

You truly cannot afford to miss this workshop. Please bring your spouse and co-workers with you to the seminar.

This seminar is FREE. You owe it to your future to at least explore your options, and make an informed decision.

Too many good cops have their financial eggs in one basket, and that could end up being a mistake that costs them their financial future and retirement.

At this seminar, you will also learn how to: 

  • Receive your retirement income tax-free 
  • Protect your savings against loss in a down stock market
  • Save money for your children9s education
  • Have your savings and retirement plan tied to you, and not your employer
  • And much more

At this seminar you will also meet current and retired law enforcement officers who have taken control of their future with these powerful and time proven concepts.

Seating is limited, so reserve your FREE seats today. All attendees will receive a FREE  powerful DVD that will teach you other concepts to help you secure your financial future ($45 value).

Reserve your seats TODAY!

*This is a private event sponsored by First Financial Security, and is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by ALADS, LAPPL, any police/law enforcement department, or any other entity, public or private.

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