Fraternal Benefits Nights


Fraternal Benefits Nights

We have an opportunity to promote Fraternal Benefits Nights, and thereby earn Star Council Credit. This can also lead to recruiting new members, not to mention that we would be helping many with Blessed Father McGivney’s mission to provide financially for Catholic families. Please read the announcement below and register to attend this free webinar. It is open to members and non-members.

Knights of Columbus Presents:

Retirement Savings & Distribution Planning

All parishioners are invited to a special webinar event courtesy of the Knights of Columbus – “Retirement Savings & Distribution Planning” featuring America’s IRA Expert Ed Slott. Whether you’re currently retired or want to make sure you’re prepared to retire when you want to, you won’t want to miss this special event.

Ed Slott is a nationally recognized speaker, television personality and best-selling author known for his unparalleled ability to turn advanced tax strategies into understandable, actionable, and entertaining advice. He combines current research, in-depth expertise, and humor to teach guests about the ins and outs of their retirements and provides insight into the latest tax and planning information.

This special webinar event will take place at 7:30pm on Sep 15th.

Click below to register to reserve your spot:

Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal benefit society, with more than 2 million members worldwide. Founded by Blessed Michael McGivney to help provide financial aid to Catholic families, the Knights of Columbus has been named one of America’s Best Insurance Companies by Forbes for 2022.*

* Knights of Columbus ranked #6 in the permanent life insurance category on Forbes 2022 America’s Best Companies list. Forbes partnered with Statista to independently survey more than 16,000 customers who owned at least one insurance policy across 7 insurance product categories.

1 Ed Slott is not affiliated with the Knights of Columbus and the opinions expressed in this presentation are solely those of the presenter and not necessarily those of Knights of Columbus.