Social Security Seminar on 11/7/23 @ 5:30pm

JFK Museum, 397 Main Street, Hyannis MA 02601

Social Security's retirement program has been a basic part of American life for more than 88 years. But, despite the age, the size, and the economic impact of the Social Security system, the myths and misunderstandings about what the program is, as well as what it isn’t, are sizeable.

Now, as Baby Boomers reach retirement age, they are beginning to realize that Social Security is going to play a bigger role in their retirement than they had previously thought. But they are also starting to realize that they don’t know as much about the program as they should.

Beacon would like to invite you to hear Kurt Czarnowski, the Social Security Administration’s former Regional Communications Director for New England, provide a wealth of information about the system. He will cover topics such as when someone can start to collect, how a retirement benefit is calculated, and the impact of working in retirement. He will also discuss spousal and survivor benefits, as well as how someone goes about applying.

This event is FREE and light refreshments will be provided. We encourage you to bring a friend or family member! Each attendee will have free admission to the JFK Museum (either before or after the event). Registration is required to secure your spot (link enclosed below).

Social Security Seminar

Tuesday, November 7th from 5:30 to 7:00pm

JFK Museum, 397 Main Street, Hyannis MA

Click here to register for the Social Security Seminar on 11/7