Villa Tax Advisory Group offering Social Security workshops


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Posted Online: April 19, 2013, 3:32 pm
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Press release submitted by Guthrie Moore


VILLA TAX ADVISORY GROUP HOSTING FREE WORKSHOPS FOR THE COMMUNITY
Maximizing Your Social Security Income

GROVELAND, IL, 4/19/13- Villa Tax Advisory Group is offering complimentary Social Security workshops to Quad City residents. The workshop is titled "Strategies for Maximizing Your Social Security Benefit," and is currently taking reservations at (800) 234-1815. George Villa, president of Villa Tax Advisory Group, will discuss the importance of when you decide to take Social Security when it comes to your retirement. He will discuss ways to boost your benefits and increase retirement income. This is the public's opportunity to learn some key factors about Social Security before drawing from it. Mr. Villa will also discuss special strategies for Married Couples, Divorced Individuals and Minor Children. Mr. Villa will conduct these workshops at the Bettendorf, IA. Library on May 14th 6pm and May 16th at 6pm. There is no cost to attend. Guests are welcome. The library is located at 2950 Learning Campus Drive in Bettendorf. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call 1-877-263-6114 or visit our website at www.villatax.com.

Villa Tax Advisory Group is headquartered in Groveland, IL with offices in Bettendorf, IA and East Moline, IL. It is independently owned by George Villa, who is devoted to helping Illinois and Iowa residents protect their assets and ensure that their money lasts. George has qualified as a Master Elite IRA Adviser with Ed Slott, an exclusive educational organization of financial advisors, where he completed extensive training, including multiple classes and exams on IRA strategies. To contact Villa Tax Advisory Group, please call Toll Free: 877-263-6114 or Local: 309-387-2688.



















 



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