See How a Benefit Analysis Can Help You Avoid Running Out of Money in Retirement

Retirement is a Challenge for Everyone
But Only a Crisis for Some.

What will yours be?

Get a Federal Employee benefit analysis and see where you stand.

SOCIAL SECURITY

Married couples have 567 options when it comes to Social Security planning.

HEALTH INSURANCE

If you plan correctly, the government will continue to pay 2/3 of your FEHB in retirement.

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LIFE INSURANCE

FEGLI Option B increases in cost every 5 years, creating a 1000% increase from age 50 to age 60.

Did You Know?

Life doesn't go exactly as we plan. That's why it's critical to "stress test" your plan in order to visualize how it might hold up against the unexpected.

  • What if inflation is higher than expected?
  • What if taxes are higher (or lower) than expected?
  • What if your portfolio performs poorly early in retirement?
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Our approach is easy to understand, jargon-free, and centered around you.

Federal Navigators is a family business owned by the partners of Medallion Financial Group. Medallion has been helping Federal Employees understand their benefits and plan their retirement for over 25 years.

Securities offered through Securities Service Network, Inc. (SSN), Member FINRA/SIPC. Fee-based advisory services offered through SSN Advisory, Inc., a registered investment advisor. The partners of Federal Navigators, Ryan, John, Laura and Dan are affiliated with SSN, and SSN Advisory, Inc. Other consultants working with Federal Navigators are in no way affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by SSN, SSN Advisory Inc., Medallion Financial Group, Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc., the Federal Government or any U.S.Government agency. 

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  • What if interest rates go up?
  • What if you retire sooner or later than planned?
  • What if you get hit with a big unexpected expense?

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