Retire with confidence.
Thursday, January 25, 2024 [OPEN]
Session: 9:00am - 4:00pm
12410 Milestone Center Drive
Germantown, MD 20876
Legacy Capital Planners, LLC
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The FedImpact Workshop, presented by ProFeds, is a versatile training program and satisfies federal agencies’ requirement to provide pre-retirement training to their employees.
Feedback from Workshop Attendees
“The workshop you delivered yesterday was phenomenal. I enjoyed the presentation as well as the class participation and interaction.”
D.S., Office of Personnel MGMt, Washington, DC
“You MUST attend! Don't wait until it's too late! Go while you still have the latitude and time to make an impact on what happens to you post-retirement.”
E.S., DEPT OF JUSTICE, NEW YORK
“The information provided is a true eye-opening experience, but it is a lasting education for the impact of your future.”
R.R., DEPT OF JUSTICE, ILLINOIS
“Excellent advice in a cool-headed and truthful atmosphere. This was information I needed to hear even if it was not what I wanted or expected, but today's reality. Thank you for your time and profession!"
J.R., DEPT OF COMMERCE, VIRGINIA
The path to a confident retirement is a click away
OPM's Financial Literacy Initiative
The Office of Personnel Management mandates that pre-retirement training be made available to employees when they are within the 5-year window of being eligible to retire.
While some agencies provide this training with in-house resources, others choose to utilize federal contractors like ProFeds to provide high-quality and dependable training.
Federal Contractor Status
ProFeds is proud to be a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB), and a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) which carries an impeccable reputation with federal agencies and employees alike.
CAGE Code: 5YRG2
GSA Schedule: 47QREA19D000Y
Mike Ausherman and Todd Baker are Investment Advisor Representatives of Brookstone Capital Management, LLC (BCM), a registered investment advisor. BCM and ProFeds are independent of each other. It is highly recommended for employees to review their benefits regularly and adjust the projections accordingly to suit the ever-changing economic environment. Furthermore, employees should consult a financial professional prior to altering these benefits. Employees are encouraged to seek counsel from their employing agency’s benefits representative, or the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).