The Powerful Formula behind Our Social Security Analyzer could put Tens of Thousands of Dollars back in your pocket!

In March 2014, Social Security, Steward Articles by Adam Cufr

We’re guessing Social Security is a hot topic for you right now.

How do we know? Well, aside from the fact that it’s all over the media, we know it because Adam’s first Evening Session on Social Security booked up in no time at all. In fact, so many people asked to join that we had to add a bonus session which also packed the room full.

As we pondered the incredible turnout, and as we continue to get questions like “Is it better for me to take Social Security at age 62, age 66, or age 70?” we felt there had to be an opportunity to do more. The sessions were a great overview, but we want to help each of you individually make the right Social Security decision for you.

Fortunately, after hours of digging into the many resources that Adam has to offer, we landed on one that we think is going to give you all the answers you’re looking for.

Social Security AnalysisIt’s called “The Social Security Analyzer.”

It’s a super cool tool that analyzes your personal financial situation to help you arrive at the ideal age for you personally to take Social Security.

Every situation is different, that’s why a tool like this an amazing opportunity to decide what exactly is right for you!

Cool, I’m very interested: How can I get my own personal analysis?

Well, before we tell you our idea, know this:
OUR COMPETITORS ARE CHARGING AS MUCH AS $495 FOR A SIMILAR ANALYSIS!
And, in some cases, that doesn’t even include a personal meeting with the advisor…

…We think you deserve better.

That’s why we decided to package this up in a special offer – and since this is the ”Dave and Will special edition” of the newsletter, we’re calling it the “Social Security Analysis For Dummies.” We were gonna call it “The Social Security Analysis For Smart People Who Don’t have hundreds of hours to do all the right research and could use help by a top notch advisor program” … but that just seemed a tad bit too long.

Anyway HERE’S THE NEWS … WE TALKED ADAM INTO PRACTICALLY GIVING AWAY THIS PACKAGE AT ONLY $97!
(Truth be told, he was easy to convince… he loves helping you find the clarity you deserve!)

So, if you take this incredible offer, what exactly do you get?

For only $97, you’ll get a one hour meeting with Adam Cufr to go over the following:

  • He will tell you the ideal age to claim Social Security (If you are married, he’ll calculate the best time for your spouse to claim too!)
  • He will help bring incredible clarity to your Social Security decision. (Let’s get rid of the worry, okay?)
  • He’ll provide a personal take home packet with your own Social Security Analyzer copy, and an additional free report, titled: The Social Security Claiming Guide.
  • You get the opportunity to potentially save/benefit tens of thousands of dollars over your lifetime by making wise Social Security choices.
  • You’ll leave with genuine peace of mind about your Social Security decision

Still not convinced? We’re so confident in this program that we’ll guarantee that you will come away confident that you know the best age to claim social security for you, or your money back!

To sign up please call our office at (419) 931-0704 and mention the “Social Security Analysis.”

HURRY! – Adam only has room for about 10 of these in the next month, and we expect these meetings to fill up very fast!

About 

Adam Cufr, RICP® (Retirement Income Certified Professional®) is a financial advisor and founding principal of Fourth Dimension Financial Group, LLC providing personal finance and retirement planning services. Adam is a Columnist for Retirement Advisor Magazine. He is also a sought-after media commentator and thought leader. Adam was named one of The 20 Most Creative People In Insurance in 2015 and is a columnist for Retirement Advisor Magazine and the author of Off the Record – Secrets to Building a Successful Retirement and a Lasting Legacy.

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