Phil Cannella is one of the leading lights in the retirement services industry. While many financial advisors come and go, Phil Cannella has remained at the top of his game because he is a true consumer advocate and always strives to do the best for his clients and to protect them and their assets. Phil Cannella is looking out selflessly for the best interests of the individuals or couples who come through his doors. It’s called having a fiduciary responsibility to put his client’s interests ahead of his own.
Hundreds of testimonials have been given by satisfied Crash Proof consumers praising the work of Phil Cannella and Crash Proof Retirement. One particularly profound testimonial came from Crash Proof consumer Jack McElwee from Chester Country, PA who had his retirement nest-egg protected by Phil Cannella’s exclusive Crash Proof Retirement System almost 10 years ago. Here’s is what he had to say:
“The best thing I ever did is twenty-five years ago when I married my wife. The second best thing is when I met Phil. I keep mentioning First Senior Financial Group. If it wasn’t for that meeting that day I wouldn’t be sitting here today, retired, financial secure, not worrying about what the stock market does. Basically they crash proofed my retirement accounts. I’ve had double-digit returns since I joined them in 2006. I lost nothing in 2008. I sleep every night. I don’t have to worry about what everyone else worries about. I cannot speak highly enough about First Senior Financial Group. It’s like a peace of mind for the rest of my life. I thank you Phil.”
These types of heartfelt words are commonplace in the halls of First Senior Financial Group-The Home of the Exclusive Crash Proof Retirement System. Crash Proof creator Phil Cannella has taken the time to train his design team so that they have the unique ability to hand craft each plan for every single individual that precisely caters to their exact needs while guaranteeing that there will no loss of principal and no going backwards in the event of a market crash of downturn. It’s called having peace of mind in retirement.