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Introducing Wealth Steps
Create your account now for a step-by-step financial wellness program for members of the State Highway Patrol Federal Credit Union.
Through a series of online workshops and direct one-on-one consultations with a professional, Wealth Steps® provides you with:
- Knowledge of how to maximize your lifetime earning potential through protection, saving, and planning;
- Access to a secure, personalized website to analyze your individual financial situations; and
- Outline a simple, logical order on how to achieve a financially successful life.
As a member of SHPFCU, you can create your Wealth Steps® account today, and gain access to a confidential, secure, personalized website, supplying clarity and confidence for the future. Interactive tools, videos, articles, and other valuable resources make it fun to learn about the impact of earnings, savings, liquidity, and debt.
To create your Wealth Steps® account visit www.patrolcufinancialwellness.com
Lifetime Financial Growth is an Agency of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY. Securities products offered through Park Avenue Securities LLC (PAS), member FINRA, SIPC. OSJ: 8425 Pulsar Place, Suite 450 Columbus, OH 43240 Phone: 614-785-5100. PAS is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian. This firm is not an affiliate or subsidiary of PAS. Wealth Steps® is a service mark of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY 10004. © 2016 Guardian.
State Patrol Federal Credit Union provides the Wealth Steps® program through our alliance with Lifetime Financial Growth. The Wealth Steps® logo is a registered service mark of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, New York, NY (“Guardian”). ©Copyright 2005-2017 Guardian and are used with express permission. State Patrol Federal Credit Union and Lifetime Financial Growth are independent of, and unaffiliated with Guardian or its subsidiaries. 2017-51547 Exp. 12/19