August 15, 2015 This week on the Crash Proof Retirement® Show, co-hosts Phil Cannella and Joann Small broke down the many faces of risk, and how the life insurance industry is designed to help the everyday investor. Phil Cannella likes to refer to the insurance industry as ‘the brickhouse indus...Read More
On last week’s edition of the Crash Proof Retirement® Show, Phil Cannella and Joann Small briefly discussed the first major event of the 2016 Presidential election season. On the heels of last Thursday’s debate among the top contenders for the Republican nomination, Phil Cannella said he liked a lot...Read More
Last week on The Crash Proof Retirement® Show, Phil Cannella and co-host Joann Small discussed the dangers of securities for people in retirement, while highlighting some alternative investments in the form of Crash Proof vehicles that are not subject to market risk or fees. First Senior Financial G...Read More
Phil Cannella and Joann Small of the Crash Proof Retirement® Show are once again partnering with CBS Radio for the 14th Annual “WOGL Loves Our Kids” Radiothon.
Since 2010, Crash Proof Retirement® has become the single largest donor to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia th...Read More
On last Saturday’s Crash Proof Retirement® Show, Phil Cannella and Joann Small discussed the role that peace of mind plays in the exclusive Crash Proof Retirement® System. For almost seven years, Phil Cannella and Joann Small have been on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, explaining and describing the countless ...Read More
This past weekend on The Crash Proof Retirement® Show, Phil Cannella and Joann Small described how building a platform of truth, logic, and consumer advocacy has helped First Senior Financial Group to protect the nest eggs of over 4,000 area consumers. “When you look back, when you first started wor...Read More
This past week on The Crash Proof Retirement® Show, Phil Cannella discussed the growing problem of margin debt in our country—and what makes this increase so dangerous to investors. Cannella explain the debt cycle and how it tends to predict impending market corrections or crashes. Last week, Read More