Interview With Kevin Coffey, Founder and CEO of Complete Spectrum Financial Services Discussing Social Security Claiming Options

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Kevin Coffey grew up in North Denver and is a native of Colorado. His company is built on old fashion values, which he learned from his grandparents, Flory Iacovetto & Rose Lombardi, who taught him that client satisfaction should mean more than earning money or increasing a company’s stock price. In addition, Kevin was inspired by his father, David Coffey, who taught him that hard work and honesty were the key elements to building a successful business. Kevin is very grateful to his clients and representatives who have placed trust in his recommendations and leadership. He graduated high school from Holy Family, and college from Colorado State University. Mr. Coffey has been helping people sleep better at night since 1991 by helping them answer difficult questions like: How can I pay for my child’s college education with as little out-of-pocket money as possible? What age can I retire? Can I live the lifestyle I want without outliving my money? What is the best way to leave tax-free money to my children, grandchildren, or a charity? How much money can I withdraw from my retirement accounts without running out of money?
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