What's New at MSCFF
As you near retirement, it’s important to be aware of the challenges and opportunities that can impact a confident, comfortable retirement.
Roadmap to Retirement
You should consider attending one of the webinars if you:
- Are approaching retirement
- Have recently retired
- Have a spouse or family member on the road to retirement
During this webinar, we will:
- Discuss retirement concepts and challenges on your drive to retirement
- Review ways to fuel your retirement income (e.g., pension, Social Security, 457(b) deferred compensation, DROP, etc.)
- Analyze defensive driving tactics for your retirement dollars:
- Learn about the guardrails you can use to protect your retirement and never lose money because of stock market downturns
- Have interest potential on part of your savings without market risk
For more information visit the Responders First website and select Education.
No one can represent union members better than we can represent ourselves. That's why the AFL-CIO is making a push for union members to run for local offices. School Boards, Fire Boards, City Councils, County offices, State House Districts, we need union members to run for them all. To help union members run the Missouri AFL-CIO is partnering with LeadMO to offer 3 candidate training options for Union members this December. These training are specifically geared for candidates who want to run in the Spring 2022 elections (though any potential candidate is welcome!).
Why Should Union Members Run?
When are the trainings?
To make the training as accessible as possible there are 3 training options. (In-person locations TBD).
St. Louis, December 11th, 9:00-3:00
Kansas City, December 18th, 9:00-300
Virtual, December 14, 15 and 16 from 6:00-7:30
To sign up you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration links will also be sent in future Labor Updates.
The Missouri State Council of Fire Fighters is proud to introduce our newest communication tool; the UnionActive™ Mobile Application for Android, iOS Smartphones and Tablets.
This new technology works in concert with our website. All this is required to use the Mobile App is to be a registered user with the MSCFF website. We will soon provide all registered members a link to download the Mobile App via Google Play or iTunes Store thru our website Email system.
If you are not currently a registered member we would like to encourage you to visit our website and register. Once you have been approved you will have complete access to the latest information regarding Fire Fighter Issues within Missouri right in the palm of your hand. Please allow 24 to 48 hours to be approved once you have registered.
Once you download the Mobile App, you will log into the application with the same User Name and Password that you established to access the MSCFF website. From that point forward each time you launch the Mobile App you are already logged in and can access the Members Only Section of the website via the Mobile App.
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