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The Topeka Capital-Journal Editorial: Security Benefit’s commitment to Topeka

When an organization has been part of a community for 125 years, the extent of its impact is impossible to measure.

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Debt Jeopardizes Millennial Educators' Retirement Savings

Saving for retirement ranks as a top long-term financial goal among millennial educators, yet tackling credit card debt and student loans is a major barrier, according to a new study from Security Benefit, an innovative leader in the U.S. retirement savings market.
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Security Benefit Donates $50k to the Fight Against Domestic Violence

Topeka, KS – Security Benefit, a leader in the U.S. retirement savings market, announced today a $50,000 donation to the YWCA Northeast Kansas to help end domestic violence in our community.

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Security Benefit Derivatives Team Awarded “Insurance Risk Management Team of the Year” by EQDerivatives, Inc.

Topeka, KS – March 21, 2018 – Security Benefit, a leader in the U.S. retirement savings market, today announced that it earned the EQDerivatives 2018 “Insurance Risk Management Team of the Year” award for its risk management program for its fixed indexed annuity products.

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U.S. Retirement Leader Security Benefit Celebrates 125 Years

Topeka, KS – Feb. 22, 2017 – Security Benefit, a leader in the U.S. retirement savings market, today celebrates its 125th anniversary, joining the esteemed ranks of firms in business spanning three different centuries.

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The No.1 Misconception About Retirement Spending

Security Benefit President Doug Wolff, has recently wrote an article for Think Advisor about spending over the course of the retirement years, and how there are three distinct spending periods: “Go-Go”, “Slow-Go”, and “No Go”.

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Recruitment & Retention

“All of the great benefit options we offer provide value to both the firm and our associates. Our child care center is just one key example.

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Security Benefit Makes Donation for Senior Independence Center

Topeka, KS – August 18, 2017 – Midland Care broke ground today on a $6 million building renovation at 2631 E. Circle Drive South in Topeka to create the Compass Center for Senior Independence. The local, not-for-profit health care provider also launched a capital campaign to fund the project.

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Kiley Named Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 in EY’s Heartland Program

Topeka, KS — June 22, 2018 — Security Benefit today announced that Mike Kiley, Chief Executive Officer of Security Benefit, is the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Heartland Award winner.

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Security Benefit Supports Community Clinic

Beginning in April 2017, GraceMed initiated Project Wellspring, a $3.94 million capital campaign to support clinic expansion in the community.

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