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TFS Insurance Advisor – March 2016 Newsletter

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Thomas P. Hyland, Jr.
Business Development Specialist
(732) 758-9300 x127
THylandJr@TFSweb.com

TFS Insurance Brokerage, Inc.

Insurance Products Offered through TFS Insurance Brokerage, Inc.
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Retirement Income Planning Using Indexed UL Insurance

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If you have questions regarding these products, please contact the members of our marketing team, Thomas Hyland Jr. and Eric Edwards.

Thomas P. Hyland, Jr.
Business Development Specialist
Phone: (732) 758-9300 x127
Email: THylandJr@TFSweb.com

Eric Edwards
Phone: (732) 758-9300 x125
Email: EEdwards@TFSweb.com

TFS Insurance Brokerage, Inc.

Insurance Products Offered through TFS Insurance Brokerage, Inc.
Securities Offered Through TFS Securities, Inc. Member FINRA & SIPC
Investment Advisory Services Offered Through TFS Advisory Services
Mortgages Offered Through TFS Mortgage Corporation, Inc.

TFS Insurance Advisor – October 2015 Newsletter

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Thomas P. Hyland, Jr.
Business Development Specialist
TFS Insurance Brokerage, Inc.
Direct:          (732) 758-9300 x127
Toll-free:       (800) 833-1862 x127
DirectFax:    (732) 576-4519
Email:          THylandJr@TFSweb.com
Find out about us at www.tfsweb.com

Should You Use Your 401(k) Before Social Security?

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“…if your wife starts Social Security at age 62, she’ll lock in a permanent “real” reduction of 25%. “I say ‘real’ because the lower benefit will provide a smaller base on which cost-of-living-adjustments will apply into the future,”

“A Social Security benefit starting at age 66 or later would provide a higher lifetime income stream to your wife and earn higher cost-of-living-adjustments,”