FAIRFIELD COUNTY FINANCIAL SERVICES ADVISORS RECEIVE CERTIFIED SOCIAL SECURITY CLAIMING STRATEGIST DESIGNATION
Wilton, CT – June 29 2020: Fairfield County Financial Services is pleased to announce that Stephen Nitz, CFP®, CRC®, Nelson Ehinger, CFP®, RICP®, and Jamie Hunter, are now Certified Social Security Claiming Strategists (CSSCS). Stephen, Nelson, and Jamie successfully passed a rigorous examination after completing the course to earn the CSSCS designation.
The Corporation for Social Security Claiming Strategies is the creator and provider of the training course for the CSSCS designation. The organization is the only comprehensive retirement income training organization in the financial services industry dedicated exclusively to educating professionals on the nuances of Social Security retirement planning.
With corporations eliminating more than 84,000 pension plans since 1985, over a decade of unprecedented and ongoing market volatility, a Social Security system that has over 2,000 filing rules and a government workforce prohibited from dispensing advice, the ability to offer true expertise on the topic of when and how to develop a Social Security filing strategy is paramount to helping retirees remain financially viable throughout retirement.
We congratulate Stephen, Nelson, and Jamie on their accomplishment and welcome anyone at or near retirement to contact them to discuss their planning needs. Learn more about that by visiting, https://www.fairfieldcountybank.com/wealth-management/financial-advisors.html.
Investment and insurance products and services are offered through INFINEX INVESTMENTS, INC. Member FINRA/SIPC. Fairfield County Financial Services is a trade name of the bank. Infinex and the bank are not affiliated. Products and services made available through Infinex are not insured by the FDIC or any other agency of the United States and are not deposits or obligations of nor guaranteed or insured by any bank or bank affiliate. These products are subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of value.